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Influential women in private equityBY KANIKA SOOD | FRIDAY, 8 MAR 2019 12:36PM
As private equity enjoys some of its best years, women are moving into some of the most influential roles in the sector in Australia.
Read more: Capital, Alicia Gregory, Australia, Future Fund, 10x10 Philanthropy, Anna Morrison, Arowana International, Bain, Bora Han, CFA, Deloitte, First State Super Jenny Newmarch, IFM Investors Morrison, London, Macquarie Group, Mercer Consulting, Sydney, Wendy Norris
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