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Mercury voted top fund manager

Mercury Asset Management has been voted Europe&#39s number one fund manager in the 1999 Primark Extel Survey.


The survey polled the Eurotop index&#39s top 300 companies.


This follows a recent Reuters Survey of the UK Larger Companies which elected Mercury as the &#39Best Fund Management Group&#39.


MAM co-head Carol Galley says: &#34Our unrivalled ability to understand the companies and sectors in which we invest creates an advantage for our clients and allows us to deliver real long term value.&#34

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