IFM expands into Hong KongBY ALEX BURKE | TUESDAY, 29 NOV 2016 12:54PM
IFM Investors, the fund manager owned by 29 Australian not-for-profit super funds, has opened a Hong Kong office and been granted a licence from the Securities and Futures Commission of Hong Kong.
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