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DSP appoints new partner

Dalton Strategic Partnership has appointed Rupert Caldecott as a partner to promote its specialist funds and balanced investment programme.

Caldecott joins from Cazenove Capital Management where he was a private clients director. Previously he worked at Schroders for 28 years.

DSP managing partner Anrew Dalton says: “Rupert has extensive international experience and will be a valuable new addition to our team. His wide-ranging global and business development experience adds considerably to the strong platform and track record we have established over the last three years.”

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