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Martin Currie poaches R&SA income manager

Martin Currie has poached Royal & Sun Alliance UK income manager David Berry to boost its UK growth and income products.

Berry will manage all Martin Currie&#39s UK growth and income products alongside Tom Maxwell, who manages the £526m Securities Trust of Scotland. Berry started off at Norwich Union Fund Management, before spending 13 years at Hermes, where he was a member of their six-strong team managing £2.5bn. He joined R&SA in July 2001, and managed their UK Equity Income, and UK Growth & Income.

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