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AIM Funds Management Inc.
AIM Funds Management Inc. (AIM) is one of Canada's largest mutual fund companies with over $34 billion* in assets under management. A subsidiary of U.K.-based AMVESCAP PLC, one of the world's largest independent investment managers, AIM employs more than 900 people in its Calgary, Montreal, Toronto and Vancouver offices.
AMVESCAP is dedicated to helping people worldwide build their financial security, offering a broad array of investment solutions and services to individuals and institutional investors in 150 countries. Its securities trade on the London, Frankfurt, New York, Paris and Toronto stock exchanges. AIM and its associated companies under the AMVESCAP umbrella draw on the talents and expertise of more than 550 investment professionals in more than 25 countries to manage over $600 billion* in assets worldwide.
*As at December 31, 2001

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