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$26 billion super joint venture eyes more fundsBY ELIZABETH MCARTHUR | MONDAY, 21 OCT 2019 12:02PM
A joint venture between two superannuation funds with a combined $26 billion and 150,000 members has today taken off, with the chief executive hinting more funds could become involved.
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