Pension schemes drop case against Henderson

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A group of 22 pension schemes has dropped a High Court case against Henderson Equity Partners for breach of mandate, after the fund manager agreed to pay legal costs.

On Friday, Henderson said in a statement on the stock exchange: "Henderson Group and the claimants announce today that the parties have reached a resolution of the matters in dispute between them. ...

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