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Aussie funds among the world's largest asset ownersBY KANIKA SOOD | MONDAY, 12 NOV 2018 12:11PM
Nine Australian funds, including four superannuation funds, have ranked among the world's largest asset owners in a new study.
Read more: WTW, Macquarie Group, Willis Towers Watson, AustralianSuper, BT Investment Management, Challenger, Colonial First State Investments, Dania Zinurova, First State Super, Future Fund, NAB Asset Management, Nulis Nominees, QIC, Roger Urwin, WTW Thinking Ahead Institute
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