Investment houses prepare to reopen offices

In the wake of the pandemic, several large asset managers are slowly reopening office buildings in Europe, reports the Financial Times, including Amundi, Blackrock and LGIM in London. However, not all investment houses are ready to do so.

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Asset managers are taking tentative steps to reopen their workplaces in London and across Europe almost three months after investment houses shut down due to the corona pandemic.

According to the Financial Times, Amundi, Schroders, Legal and General Investment Management (LGIM) and Ninety One are among the big investment houses where staff are starting to return to buildings across London, while BNP Paribas Asset Management, BlackRock and Invesco are reopening offices in continental Europe.

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