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Gill Nott elected AITC deputy chairman

The AITC has elected Gill Nott as deputy chairman joining deputy chairmen George Kershaw and Carol Ferguson.

Nott sits on the boards of Witan Pacific, Martin Currie and Merrill Lynch British smaller companies investment trusts, as well as chairing the Baronsmead and Sitka health fund VCTs. She was a director of the FSA until November 2004 and joined the AITC board in December 2004.

Nott says: “I believe investment trusts have an important part to play in the retail savings market. I am therefore delighted to contribute to the AITC which undertakes a vital role in ensuring that investment trusts are properly understood.”

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