UK - Baring Houston & Saunders is to change its name to ING Real Estate Investment Management from January 27, 2003.
The name reflects BH&S’s incorporation into Dutch-owned ING Real Estate.
The global group has a total of E30bn (£20bn) in assets under management and over 1,000 employees across Europe, Asia, Australia and the US.
Details are available at www.ingrealestate.co.uk/am.
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