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Norwich Union appoints head of international fixed income

Norwich Union Investment Management has appointed Colin Harte as head of its international fixed income team.


Harte joins NU from Gartmore where he was principal and head of bond investment.


He has extensive experience in this field having worked for Guardian Royal Exchange, Hill Samuel and Citibank before joining NatWest in 1994. He then moved to Gartmore following its acquisition by the bank.

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