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BlackRock clamps down on work romancesBY KARREN VERGARA | FRIDAY, 25 SEP 2020 12:44PM
BlackRock is urging its employees to disclose their involvement in office romances, as well as intimate relationships with anyone associated with the US$7.4 trillion asset manager, in a bid to crack down on conflicts of interest.
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