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HIM Capital appoints James Du Boulay as head of sales

HIM Capital has announced the appointment of James Du Boulay as head of sales and marketing.

Du Boulay was previously head of sales and marketing at Eclectica Asset Management. He has also held roles at BDT Invest and ABN Amro Fund Managers.

HIM Capital chairman Alec Foster says: “We are pleased to welcome James to HIM Capital. James is an excellent addition to our team and will work towards expanding the distribution of our specialist funds. James will work closely with Mark Stacpoole and our fund managers to develop our investor base and support our existing clients.”

Du Boulay says: “I am pleased to be joining HIM Capital at this important stage of the development of the company. I believe that there is great potential to develop the HIM Capital franchise where the merits of specialisation are evident through long track records of out performance”


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