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FUM breaks thru $2trBY STAFF WRITER | WEDNESDAY, 17 SEP 2014 12:25PM
State Street Global Advisors has cemented its position as Australian biggest investment manager while Altair, Quantum, NovaPort and Naos are the fastest growing.
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