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New fund to invest in "clean disruption" techBY KANIKA SOOD | TUESDAY, 14 AUG 2018 12:42PM
An investment platform led by former Macquarie bankers has launched a new thematic fund that will invest in listed companies that produce and utilise clean disruption technology.
Read more: Atlas, Australia, JP Morgan, Kent Kwan, M&A, AtlasTrends, Aussie, Performance, Kevin Hua, Macquarie Capital, Atrium Investment Management, Jade Ong, Arowna International Limited, AtlasTrend Big Data Big Fund, AtlasTrend Clean, AtlasTrend Online Shopping Spree Fund, BYD, Hong Kong, IAG Asset Management, MSCI World, Osram, Schneider Electric, Splurging Baby Boomers Fund, Vestas
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