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Keydata funds pass 800m mark

Keydata now has over 800m in funds under management since launching its first product in December 2001. It has broadened its product offering with the launch of two venture capital trusts in the past six months and has plans to launch a range of energy investments. It is also to offer a property fund to be managed by Bates Investment Services founder Graham Bates.

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