Having recently acquired fellow Scottish investment manager Dunedin Fund Managers for approximately $107 million (£70 million), Edinburgh Fund Managers remains in the midst of hashing out the impact the merger will have on its I.T. staff and the systems they support. With the addition of Dunedin's $8.1 billion (£5.3 billion) in assets, Edinburgh now ranks as Scotland's second-largest fund manager behind Baillie Gifford, which has assets under management totaling $13.8 billion (£9 billion).
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