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Insynergy IM expands business development team

INSYNERGY Investment Management has appointed Gavin Ward as business development director.

Ward joins from Fidelity where he was a sales director in the group’s financial institutions channel. In his new position, Ward will hold a senior business development role working alongside recently appointed business development director Andy Gibb.

INSYNERGY chief executive officer and founder Spike Hughes says: “Gavin has held senior positions with two of the UK’s best known and most established investment concerns and his appointment underlines our commitment to hire the most experienced professionals in their field. I am confident that his experience will prove invaluable as we strive to establish our brand presence and to deliver our ambitious growth plans. Despite the current market turmoil and the economic downturn, we at INSYNERGY look to 2009 with great optimism.”


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