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Govett strengthens its sales support

Fund manager Govett has announced it is strengthening its sales team with the appointment of a sales director for open-ended funds in the South East.

Adrian Lott will be responsible for Govett&#39s existing IFA relationships in the South East as well as for developing new relationships.

He joins from Deutsche Asset Management where he was regional sales executive for the South East. Prior to that he was business development manager at Scottish Equitable Asset Management.

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