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New Star Asset Management appoints new staff

New Star Asset Management is appointing Mark Skinner, currently Norwich Union&#39s sales and marketing director for investment funds, as its retail managing director of sales and marketing.

Norwich Union head of sales Mark Hilliam and head of national accounts and partnerships Greg Jones will both join Skinner at New Star in May.

New Star chairman John Duffield says: “We are absolutely delighted to have experienced and high calibre directors joining us and look forward to some exciting and innovative developments in the months ahead. “

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