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Gartmore head of sales leaves the company

Mike Smith, head of sales at Gartmore, has left the company by mutual consent.

Smith, who had been with the company for 10 months, left this week following a restructuring of the fund manager&#39s sales team. Gartmore is implementing a flatter management structure to focus on key IFA relationships.

Smith had joined in July from HSBC.

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