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Slater Investments recruits financial journalist

Investment journalist Nigel Milton is joining boutique asset manager Slater Investments as an equity analyst.

Milton has worked in the financial services and media sectors for over twenty years and has previously edited the equities newsletter Investing for Growth, devised by Jim Slater.

A growth stock specialist, Milton has also contributed to the Investors Chronicle and Money Week and has supported the stock screening and share selection tool, Company REFS.

Slater Investments was founded in 1994 by Mark Slater and Ralph Babder and manages several UK equity funds and portfolios.

Its fund range includes the MFM Slater RecoveryMFM Slater Growth and MFM Slater Income funds.

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