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Miller quits Exeter Fund Managers

Geoff Miller, portfolio manager at Exeter Fund Managers, has quit the group after four years.

Miller, who joined the company in 1999 from Brewin Dolphin, ran the Exeter financials and equity growth & income investment trusts. He also ran the equity income unit trust, which has fallen nearly 50 per cent since he took the reins in 1999.

He is believed to be moving back to London.

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