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SG Asset Management passes £2bn fund under management mark


SG Asset Management has surpassed the £2bn funds under management barrier.


The fund management company launched in January 1998, originally set itself a target of achieving £5bn funds under management after five years.


With £2bn achieved already, SGAM looks well on target to achieve these expectations.


The funds consist of segregated and pooled pension portfolio and unit trusts.

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