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Resolution AM adds to UK desk

Resolution Asset Management has announced the appointment of Martin Brown to its UK equity desk.

Brown joins from Aberdeen Asset Management and also worked for Glasgow Investment Managers. He left the firm in January 2008.

He will report to chief investment officer for UK equities Peter Reid.

Reid says: “I’m delighted to have attracted someone with Martin’s skills and ability. He is a talented fund manager with an impressive track record and we are always keen to enhance our capability when good people become available. We are very confident that Martin will help us build a stronger reputation for management of UK equities.”

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