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Morgan Grenfell name dropped by Deutsche Bank


Deutsche Bank has ditched the name Morgan Grenfell from its asset management business.


The fund managers will now be called Deutsche Asset Management or DAM.


Morgan Grenfell the merchant bank was originally bought by the German bank in 1989 and was subsequently renamed Deutsche Morgan Grenfell.

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