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Murphy takes equity sales title Back  
Davy return to top of this category as Seamus Murphy takes first place followed by Liam Boggan and Enrique Curran, both of Merrion.
Seamus Murphy of Davy wins ‘Equity Sales Person’ for the first time. He moves from seventh in last year’s awards to take the title in a category that had been dominated by Merrion’s Adrian O’Carroll - who had won the award three years in a row since 2004. Murphy a former Merrion man, (and Limerick hurler) has been a strong performer in the survey when in 2004 he won the ‘Analyst of the Year’ award.
Seamus Murphy

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Equity Sales is historically a category where Davy have performed well. Prior to O’Carroll’s dominance over the past few years - Davy have, with the exception of NCB’s Jim O’Donovan who won the award nine times in the late ‘80s, early ‘90s, always won.

Despite the loss of the title outright, Merrion have shown a strong performance by taking both second and third position. Liam Boggan just misses out in second place and Enrique Curran jumps up from eighth to third place.

Another strong performer is David Marshal of NCB. He has risen more places in the table than anyone else by going up eight places from twelfth to fourth. New additions to the table are the strong arrivals by Damian Roddy of ABN AMRO in sixth place and Robert McMahon of Collins Stewart in seventh.

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