ABN In U.K. Considers Pooled Corporate Fund

  • 16 Jun 2002
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ABN Amro Asset Management is looking at developing a sterling-denominated pooled corporate bond fund for its U.K. pension clients. Alan Higgins, London-based head of global fixed income, says the firm has not finalized plans for the new product, but is considering it in response to client demand. The new fund will likely invest exclusively in investment-grade bonds. ABN Amro Asset Management manages roughly $8 billion in fixed-income assets from its London office.

  • 16 Jun 2002

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