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Scudder boosts Euro team with Framlington manager

Scudder Threadneedle Investments has poached Dominic Baker to join its

European investment team.

Baker was previously employed at Framling- ton Investment Management as

European portfolio manager.

Scudder Threadneedle has 49bn under management in retail and institutional

investments.

The European team is responsible for 5bn of total funds.

The company operates four European funds.

Baker says: “Scudder Threadneedle&#39s retail business is expanding fast,

both in the UK and Europe, and the institutional business is also set to

grow. It is an exciting place to join.”

Head of equities and managed funds Sarah Arkle says: “Dominic brings

considerable experience from his eight years at Framlington and we believe

he will fit in well with our structured approach.”

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