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Jul 31, 1997

Profile: Hill Samuel Asset Management

Talking to Barry Southcott and John Ainsworth about managing £31 bn in the wake of a merger

The merger of Lloyds Bank and TSB in 1995 created a new force in UK banking backed by one of the strongest high street presences around the country. It also brought together two relatively sizeable fund management operations under the banner of Hill Samuel Asset Management. HSAM is now ranked in the UK's top 15 institutions by assets under management with some £31 bn in its charge. Barry Southcott, chief executive, claims that one of the groups strengths is the diversity of its

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