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Dampier appointed as director

Investment IFA Hargreaves Lansdown has appointed Mark Dampier and Martin

Mulligan to its board of directors.

Dampier (right) is to become investment research director although his

role within the company will remain unchanged. He was previously investment

research manager.

Former systems manager Mulligan will become systems director, continuing

his responsibilities for the IFA&#39s general IT capacity and the installation

of new systems such as its database.

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