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Wyles joins BAM from Aegon Asset Management

Britannic Asset Management is appointing Dennis Wyles as its UK equities manager, covering pharmaceuticals, building & construction and general retailers sector.

Wyles joins BAM from Aegon Asset Management where he was head of global cyclical research. He was previously deputy head of UK equities at SWIP and has also worked at both Morgan Grenfell Asset Management and Prudential Portfolio Mangers as a UK equity analyst.

At Britannic he will run the nine-strong UK team which manages £3.8bn in UK equities.

BAM chife investment officer Peter Reid says: “I am delighted that we have been able to secure a manager of Dennis&#39 talent and skill. He has significant management experience and this appointment underlines our commitment to developing our UK equity resource.”

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