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Ingenious Asset Management recruits five new investment directors

Ingenious Asset Management has recruited Peter Clark, Paul Gibson, Keith Barrett, Gerald Slocock and Victoria Prendergast as investment directors from Singer & Friedlander.

All five are senior investment professionals and have an average of over twenty years experience in the industry of building a portfolio management business.

Ingenious Asset Management is the asset management business of Ingenious Media, the media investment and advisory group.

Ingenious managing director Guy Bowles says: I am delighted that the strong investment platform now established at Ingenious has enabled us to attract these five high calibre, hugely experienced portfolio managers. This team shares our core investment values of wealth preservation and the delivery of outstanding risk adjusted returns to all clients. Together we can further deepen and broaden our investment processes, continue to improve the service we offer clients and build further on our strong track record.”

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