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Investment managers turning to hungry retail marketBY ALEX BURKE | MONDAY, 24 JUL 2017 9:52AM
Boutique and alternatives managers, traditionally the purview of institutional and wholesale investors, are turning to an increasingly sophisticated retail market to diversify their client bases.
Read more: Advisers, Channel Capital, CI Global Equities Fund, Cooper Investors, Andrew King, Samuel Mann, Andrew Hall, Colonial, Equity Trustees, Financial Standard, Ironbark Asset Management, K2 Advisors, K2 Asset Management, L1 Capital Long Short Fund, Longreach Alternatives, Peter Cooper
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