Tocqueville Asset Management of New York has a voracious appetite. As part of an effort to grow its $2.2 billion in assets to $3 billion over the next six months, the firm has been actively acquiring mutual funds.

Within the past few weeks, the firm has been named the investment advisor to a stand-alone fund previously managed by New York-based investment manager Haven Capital Management. Tocqueville has also merged a second fund previously managed by Lepercq, de Neuflize & Co., also of New York, into its flagship fund.

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