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Ironbark, Zurich shutter fundsBY KANIKA SOOD | FRIDAY, 5 APR 2019 12:27PM
Ironbark Asset Management and Zurich Investments are shutting down three funds after the Sydney boutique managing them said it will stop asset management operations in July.
Read more: Zurich Investments, Ironbark Asset Management, Co-founder Michael Pryce, Ironbark Denning Pryce Global Tailored Income, Kieren Callaghan, Matthew Drennan, Morningstar, Tim Wong, Zurich Australia, Zurich Investments Global Equity Income Scheme
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