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Fleming Investment Trust Management appoints marketing manager


Fleming Investment Trust Management has appointed Debbie Cash as marketing manager.


Cash has been at Fleming&#39s for five years and takes over the role from Ian Overgage.


The marketing role has been expanded to include responsibility for marketing to IFAs as well as private clients.

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