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Cooper Investors opens door to retailBY ALEX BURKE | TUESDAY, 5 SEP 2017 11:53AM
With its first rating from Lonsec and a responsible entity mandate from Equity Trustees, $12 billion fund manager Cooper Investors is ready for the retail market.
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