The parent company of scandal-sapped Invesco feeling the heat from its subsidiary’s wrongdoings, as Amvescap reported that Invesco and its manager, AIM Investments, have suffered a combined mass withdrawal of $8 billion during the first half of 2004, Rocky Mountain News reports.

London-based Amvescap’s stock fell 6.5% on Thursday in investors’ reactionary measures to the news, and the company said it would hold off on the decision of whether to offer a dividend.

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