Scottish Widows Plots U.S. Invasion

Lewis, Jakema
September 2006
Investment Management Weekly;9/11/2006, Vol. 19 Issue 34, p6
The article reports on the entry of the Scottish Widows Investment Partnership in the U.S. emerging markets. According to Chris Walker, managing director of the firm's international division, the firm was a strong competitor in the European regional equity market in the 1990s. He also reveals that the company's initiative will not only be limited to emerging markets equity.


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