Munder Capital Management announced yesterday that it plans to complete its acquisition of Integrity Asset Management (IAM), a Louisville, Ky.-based firm focused on the advisement of institutional assets, by the end of the calendar year.

 The Birmingham, Mich. headquartered firm, which manages more than $14 billion within domestic and international equity and fixed-income strategies, stated in its Dec. 1 statement that it has its sights on IAM to become a wholly owned subsidiary. Integrity’s “investment strategies and management teams will remain in places, and it will retain its current name, location and brand,” the announcement said.

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