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Hamptons bought by Dubai firm

Hamptons International has been sold to Dubai-based Emaar Properties for 82m. Hamptons, whose brand name will be unaffected, was previously owned by Singapore-listed Wheelock Properties.

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Bartley joins L&G for fixed income

Roger Bartley is moving to Legal & General Investment Management as global head of fixed income from Gartmore where he was chief investment officer of fixed income.

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