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Collins Stewart team resigns

The eight-strong investment team at Collins Stewart Tullett resigned last week and are rumoured to be starting their own investment trust business. The team did well for Collins Stewart between 1998 and 2000 but were hit by the firm’s involvement in the split capital crisis.

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