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New Star slims down for institutional focus

Diccon MartinÆs is the second retail-oriented departure in Hong Kong.
Diccon Martin has left New Star Asset Management after five years of service. According to an email message sent to industry contacts, he plans to take up another job in Hong KongÆs investment industry in September. His contract expires at the end of August but he left the Hong Kong office in July.

Martin is the second senior departure from New StarÆs Hong Kong office, after James Campion, formerly head of retail for Schroders in Hong Kong, left earlier this year.

Philip Goldsmith, managing director in the United Kingdom, says Martin left because, like Campion, his background was retail, specialising in wholesale distribution to independent financial advisors and the like.

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