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First State appoints new head of marketing

First State Investments has appointed John Harte, 37, as its head of marketing and communications.

Harte will report directly to chief executive Rob Adams and will be a member of the company&#39s executive committee.

He was previously head of retail business at Capital International and head of European retail and institutional marketing Schroders.

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