Daley, James
September 2001
Money Marketing;9/20/2001, p2
Presents an update on the money market as of September 20, 2001. Appointment of Lucy Colback at the global emerging markets fund of Schroders; Name change plans of Britannic Asset Management on its gift and fixed-interest fund; Integration plans of Skandia on its funds.


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