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Global equities boutique wins super fund mandateBY EMMA RAPAPORT | MONDAY, 22 MAY 2017 12:15PM
A NAB Asset Management minority owned investment boutique has picked up an international equities mandate from an industry superannuation fund.Read more: TWUSUPER, NAB Asset Management, Andrew Killen, Barry Dargan, Intermede Investment Partners, Intermediate Capital Australia, London, MFS International Australia, Neuberger Berman, Orbis Investment Advisory, Pantheon Ventures, Rainmaker Information
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