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Threadneedle Property expands asset management team


Threadneedle Property Fund Managers has appointed two new asset managers.


Alex Brouwer was recruited from Five Oaks Investments where he spent nine years. John Munro joins the company from Standard Life&#39s property management team.


Initially they will be responsible for the property funds managed for Allied Dunbar and Eagle Star by Threadneedle.


The expansion of the team follows last year&#39s appointment of Threadneedle to manage the Sackville Property Trust. This was formerly the Lazard Property Trust.

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