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Mark Lyttleton

Mark Lyttleton

About Mark Lyttleton

Mark Lyttleton joined Mercury Asset Management in 1992. He got his first fund manager role with the group in 1994 and transferred to Merrill Lynch following its acquisition of Mercury in 1997. Now a managing director at Merrill Lynch, Lyttleton specialises in managing funds designed specifically for private investors. He applies his extensive knowledge of the UK stockmarket to the Merrill Lynch UK and Merrill Lynch UK Dynamic funds. Born in London in 1971, Lyttleton attended Harrow School and went on to earn a bachelor’s degree in Chemistry from the University of York.

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