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Clifton AM appoints David Suckling as compliance director

Clifton Asset Management has appointed David Suckling as compliance director.

Suckling will be responsible for developing compliance and oversight strategy at the pension-led funding specialist. He joins from IFG, where he was head of UK internal audit.

Prior to this, Suckling spent six years as head of internal audit at Hargreaves Lansdown.

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