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BTIM delivers record profit despite fee pressureBY ALEX BURKE | WEDNESDAY, 8 NOV 2017 12:55PM
BT Investment Management boosted its cash net profit after tax by 11% to $173.1 million, despite a 51% dip in performance fee earnings.
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