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Ian Ormiston

Ian Ormiston

About Ian Ormiston

Born in the early seventies, Ian Ormiston holds the investment management and research qualification from the IIMR. He began his financial career in 1994 at Asahi Life as a European equity manager. In 2000 he moved to Singer & Friedlander in the same position, and since 2007 he has worked at Ignis Asset Management. Ian uses a pragmatic growth investment style.

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