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Greig Middleton makes senior appointments

Investment specialists Greig Middleton has appointed Stephen Clark as deputy chief executive and John Harte as marketing director.


Clarke has broad experience in broking and banking, most recently as managing director and co-head of the London office of CIBC Oppenheimer International.


Harte joins Greig Middleton from a subsidiary of Mars Inc. He replaces Brian Tora, who will now head up the company&#39s asset management division.

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