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Dampier joins Hargreaves Lansdown

Churchill Investments investment director Mark Dampier has resigned and has joined rival IFA Hargreaves Lansdown as head of collectives.


Hargreaves Lansdown has bought a 20 per cent stake in ProVen Holdings, the parent company of specialist fund manager ProVen Private Equity Limited.


The investment will provide opportunities for ProVen and Hargreaves Lansdown to market venture capital products to the private investor market.

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