Scudder Stevens & Clark Inc. is leveraging its position as the American Association of Retired Persons' exclusive mutual fund supplier to go after a prized demographic sector-aging baby boomers.

The Boston-based fund company won the much coveted AARP affiliation back in 1985. Though the contract has always been considered valuable, it seems especially so now as the first wave of the postwar generation has begun to turn 50-AARP's minimum age.

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