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Alternatives win big mandatesBY KARREN VERGARA | THURSDAY, 22 OCT 2020 12:38PM
Alternatives asset managers won the most mandates last financial year, marking their best period yet, according to new research.
Read more: Alternatives, IFM Investors, Macquarie, Rainmaker, Ardea Investment Management, Australian Catholic Superannuation Retirement Fund, Aware Super, Christian Super, Coolabah Capital Investments, Credit Suisse, First Sentier, Hostplus, Kapstream Capital, Mandate Chaser, NGS Super, Perennial, Wilshire, Yarra Capital
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