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Old Mutual appoints new fund head

Old Mutual Asset Managers has appointed a new sales manager and made two promotions within its expanding national and regional sales teams.

Sally Reeves has been appointed as the new national and networks sales manager. She joins from the Berkeley IFA Network where she has been in charge of corporate development for two years.

Matthew Nagele has been promoted to regional manager in charge of central London, while Jon Axcell will take control of the south-east region.

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