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Exeter Investment Group appoints new chief exec

Fund managers Exeter Investment Group has appointed a Martin Kemp-Gee as its new chief executive.


Kemp-Gee joins the group on September 1. He replace current chief executive Ian Henderson with effect from October 1.


Kemp-Gee is currently a director of the Gerrard Group and has been the chairman of Greig Middleton since 1986.

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