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Walker Crips hires Charles Stanley ETP expert

Walker Crips hires Charles Stanley ETP expert

Walker Crips has hired Charles Stanley broker and senior exchange traded product analyst John Fletcher.

Fletcher, who also specialises in equity derivatives and technical analysis, had worked at Charles Stanley for 12 years having previously been trading floor manager at Durlacher Limited.

Rodney FitzGerald (pictured), chief executive at Walker Crips, said: ‘John’s expertise will be invaluable as we continue to build the business.

‘John is one of the many investment managers and stockbrokers we are continuing to recruit this year and his arrival demonstrates our commitment to offering the very best advice and service to our expanding client base.’

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