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Nikko appoints AIST directorBY KANIKA SOOD | FRIDAY, 26 OCT 2018 12:52PM
Nikko Asset Management has appointed an AIST and Tasplan Super director to its boards.
Read more: AIST, Tasplan Super, Australian Ethical Super, Australian Institute of Superannuation Trustees, Deloitte, Hunter Hall Investment Management, Institute of Actuaries, John Gee, Naomi Edwards, New Zealand Institutes of Actuaries, Nikko AM Australia, Nikko AM Limited, Nikko Asset Management Australia Limited, Propel Funeral Partners, Sam Hallinan, Tasmanian Economic Development Board, Trowbridge Consulting, University of Canterbury
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