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Fidelity Worldwide Investment replaces marketing boss in restructuring

Fidelity Worldwide Investment UK marketing head Rob Fisher has left the firm after almost 14 years’ service.

He left of his own accord as part of a restructuring of the marketing team.

Former Fidelity Personal Investing marketing boss Jonathan Hewitt has been appointed the investment business’s head of marketing in Fisher’s stead.

James Harris, previously retail marketing head has taken a new job as head of product and communications at the company.

Before taking a job with Fidelity, Fisher worked as a senior marketing manager for HSBC Asset Management.

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