Friday 12th February 2010
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Macquarie Private Wealth has appointed Cameron Brugh as an investment adviser in its Auckland office.
Brugh was previously with Goldman Sachs JB for eight years, most recently as head of markets.
He has been actively involved in the New Zealand markets for more than 12 years and he has particular experience in managing diversified investment portfolios to meet the income and growth objectives of retirees, business owners, high net worth individuals and trustees.
Macquarie Private Wealth says Brugh will work with clients to provide quality personal investment advice and the appointment of Brugh is a continuation of its long term growth strategy in New Zealand.
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