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Schroders joins Portfolio&#39s fund of funds

Schroders European Fund is to become part of Portfolio Fund Management’s European fund of funds.

The £309m Schroders European fund, which is managed by Mark Pignatelli, will become of one of the 11 funds making up Portfolio’s European fund.

Portfolio will invest £1.4 million in the Schroders fund.

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