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Insight chief investment officer becomes deputy chief executive

Insight Investment has appointed chief investment officer Abdallah Nauphul to the position of deputy chief executive.

Nauphul will continue in his role as chief investment officer but will also be responsible for developing Insight’s strategic business plan alongside his investment duties.

Nauphul joined Insight as managing director, fixed income, following the acquisition of Rothschild Asset Management at the start of 2003. He became chief investment officer in September 2003.

His previous roles included head of fixed income for Schroders Investment Management.

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