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Stockbroking partner re-joins fund boutique as director

Stockbroking partner re-joins fund boutique as director

OLIM Investment Managers has hired Patrick Harrington as director and investment manager.

He joins the boutique, which has £500 million in assets under management, from his role as managing partner at stockbroker Baden Hill.

OLIM managing director and co-founder, Citywire + rated Angela Lascelles (pictured), said: ‘Patrick is a fantastic addition to the team and brings a wealth of experience across a range of sectors and we look forward to working alongside him again in his new position at OLIM Investment Managers.’

Harrington has over 25 years’ industry experience, having also previously worked for Jupiter Asset Management, Henderson Global Investors and M&G Investments.

He is re-joining the firm – which has run equity portfolios for charities, private clients, and retail investors since 1987 – where he worked from 2004 to 2009.

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