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Quester appoints director of corporate development

Independent venture capital company Quester is appointing Martin Williams as director of corporate development .

Williams spent 12 years at accountants Coopers & Lybrand, where he became a senior manager, before spending 10 years in corporate finance with Laurence Prust. He became an executive director of Credit Commercial de France (UK) when its French parent, Credit Commercial de France, acquired Laurence Prust.

Williams says: “I look upon my new role at Quester as a challenge to contribute to the development of the lively venture capital market.”

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