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Aye aye, cap&#39n

Not everyone wore boaters, blazers or chiffon at Henley Regatta this season.

Invesco Perpetual was helping a group of well-soaked hacks to refreshments outside a Thames-side hostelry at the swanky event last week when along sailed a launch piloted by an elderly gentleman wearing nothing but his captain&#39s hat.

However, such is the Pimms-numbed haze of Henley that none of the assembled fund managers were at all fazed when the captain stretched his legs to show his class.

Maybe dress-down Friday at Invesco is more relaxed than one might think.

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