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Hill Samuel reshuffles IFA management team

Hill Samuel Asset Management is reshuffling its management team with the recruitment of Caroline Carroll as its new broker support manager and Mary-Jane Moore as assistant marketing manager.


Carroll will be charged with providing IFAs with improved product and technical advice. She was previously GT Global Investment broker services team manager.


Moore will be targeting national and network IFAs promoting the HSAM range of unit trust and Pep products. She was previously Investec Guinness Flight marketing executive.

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