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Toe-curling moment

The Diary loves an obvious joke. Not quite so much, however, as Jupiter regional sales manager Alison Treharne, who was introducing fund manager Tony Nutt at a recent IFA presentation.

She went the extra mile, describing him as “the only fund manager with three body parts in his name – toe, knee, nuts”.

Nice one Alison. The Diary is sure Tony loved you for that one.


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