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FICAP sponsors donate $150k despite postponementBY JAMIE WILLIAMSON | FRIDAY, 29 MAY 2020 10:34AM
The sponsors of the 2020 FICAP Who Wants to be a Rockstar event have donated close to $150,000 to charity, despite the event having been postponed due to COVID-19.
Read more: FICAP, Learning Links, BT, IOOF, Ironbark, Janus Henderson, MLC Asset Management, Aberdeen Standard Investments, AMP Capital, Ausbil, Bennelong, BlackRock, Capital Group, Fidelity, First Sentier Investors, Franklin Templeton Investments, GQG Partners, GSFM, HUB24, KPMG, Lazard, Legg Mason, Lonsec, Macquarie, Magellan, Man Investments, Montgomery Investments, Morningstar Nikko, NMG Consulting, Partners Group, Pendal, PIMCO, PM Capital, Profusion Group, Andrew Kew, Louise Baxter, Marnie McLaren, Starlight Children's Foundation, Birgitte Maiborn, Challenger, Colonial First State Count, Schroders, Spire Capital, UBS, Vanguard
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