Heir to one of London’s oldest banking fortunes has died

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Bloomberg News reports that Bruno Schroder, heir to one of London’s oldest banking fortunes, has died. He was 86.

Money manager Schroders said he died on Wednesday after a short illness. Born in 1933, he was the great-great grandson of Johann Heinrich Schroder, who set up J. Henry Schroder & Co. in 1818.

He served as a director of his family firm since 1963 and his storied name provided a link to a bygone age in the City of London, where firms like Kleinwort Benson, Morgan Grenfell and S.G. Warburg dominated. The deregulation of London’s financial markets in 1986 - known as the Big Bang - exploded this gentlemanly world and saw many of the merchant banks snapped up by larger rivals.

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Bruno Schroder, Link to a Bygone Age in London Banking, Dies at 86

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