Infrastructure equity capabilities 'jewel' in River and Mercantile crown

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James Baxter-Derrington
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Berry joined the group in January 2021 after more than a decade at Aviva Investors.
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Berry joined the group in January 2021 after more than a decade at Aviva Investors.

River and Mercantile’s recently formed infrastructure investment capability is the “jewel” of the business, according AssetCo deputy chair Peter McKellar.

Speaking on a wire call following the news that AssetCo's all-share acquisition representing a £98.8m sale had been accepted, McKellar said while the firm was "delighted" with the entire purchase of RMG's...

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