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Fund manager Schroders is still family-controlled. The investment banking arm was sold in 2000, to leave Schroders just focused on fund management. The global asset management group has over £120bn under management and clients that include large corporations, local and public authorities, pension funds and charities, as well as high net worth individuals and retail customers. There are two classes of share on the FTSE 100: voting and non-voting.