Mercury Dips, And The City Shivers
Merrill Lynch Mercury Asset Management Ltd.'s headquarters offices in the City of London are designed to convey a sense of dignity and respectability. Understated art adorns the walls, and handsome longcase clocks chime the hours. But since Oct. 7, the fund-management company has been dragged into a legal fight by one of its biggest former clients, the $6.6 billion pension fund of British blue-chip company Unilever PLC.
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