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Resolution considers £1.2bn bid for Dutch fund Robeco

Resolution is considering a £1.2bn takeover bid for Dutch fund management firm Robeco, according to The Sunday Times.

The report suggests Clive Cowdery’s acquisition vehicle is one of a number of financial firms considering an offer for the business, which has been put up for sale by its parent company Rabobank.

The Sunday Times says Barclays have been appointed to advise on the sale of Robeco.

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