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Stockbrokers WCWB appoints development director

Stockbroker Walker, Crips, Weddle, Beck has announced the appointment of Sean Lam as development director.


Lam joins WCWB from Phillip Securities in Singapore.


WCWB chief executive Michael Sutherland says: &#34We are particularly pleased to have attracted someone of Sean Lam&#39s calibre to our Board. His appointment strengthens our links with Phillip Securities in Singapore and in his role as development director he will play an important part in exploiting the full potential of our new IT systems.

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