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Coffey returns to RLAM

Jane Coffey has returned to Royal London Asset Management as a senior fund manager. She has been given an open remit and will work on the retail team.

Coffey left RLAM in 1996 after a five-year stint on the European desk, since when she has been at St Paul Investment Services, Morley Fund Management and SLC Asset Management.

RLAM has nearly doubled its quota of fund managers during the last year in a push to become a top player.

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