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European Fund Managers predict euro will increase business

European fund managers are predicting that their business opportunities will be greatly increased by the euro.


A survey by DBC Search a head-hunting firm found 86 per cent of European fund management firms expect their institutional business to expand as a result of the EMU.


More than 50 per cent of European fund managers are increasing their professional staff compared to 42 per cent in the UK.



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