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J.P. Morgan still the top custodianBY KANIKA SOOD | FRIDAY, 12 APR 2019 12:27PM
J.P. Morgan held on to the top spot among custodians as total assets under custody in Australia fell 1.2% in the half-year ending December 31.
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