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Heather Lamont is a client investment director at CCLA, who has worked in voluntary sector management since qualifying as a chartered accountant in 1992. She has held senior positions as a charity finance director, chief executive, and auditor, and for five years was editor of Charity Finance magazine.
Since 2005 she has focused on investment management, joining CCLA in July 2008 from the charities team at HSBC. Heather is a trustee of three different charities.
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