Equity Trustees wins Colonial mandateBY KANIKA SOOD | FRIDAY, 4 OCT 2019 12:32PM
Equity Trustees has cracked $100 billion in funds under supervision, after striking an agreement with Colonial Mutual Life Assurance Society effective October 1.
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