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Future Fund chief most influential public investorBY KANIKA SOOD | WEDNESDAY, 9 OCT 2019 11:41AM
Future Fund chief executive David Neal emerged as the most influential public investor on a global ranking of 100 executives in not-for-profit investing, which also featured nine superannuation fund executives.
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