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Schroders to take on Invista Foundation Property Trust

From News Aug 19 2011 BY: Kira Nickerson , News reporter , Portfolio Adviser

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Invista Foundation Property Trust (IFPT) has selected Schroders as its new manager but the board is still contemplating a possible merger with Picton Property Income.


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