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Iimia chooses chief investment officer

Iimia Investment Group – the firm formed from the merger of the original iimia business with Exeter Investment Group – has appointed Nick Greenwood as chief investment officer.

Greenwood, who has been running the iimia accelerated fund and the iimia investment trust, will run a team that will include iimia fund manager Daniel Lockyer and Exeter Investment Group fund managers Richard Scott, Nick Brind and Max Schlaefli.

The firm&#39s financial planning division will be headed by Russell Cooper while keeping the adviser brands Eveleigh & Huckle, Compton House and Solace names.

IIG investment services division managing director Bruce McIntosh says: “We have great confidence in our team. Our coverage of both the closed-ended and open-ended funds gives us one of the strongest teams in the multi-manager sector.”

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