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Northern Trust eyes super fund trading desksBY KANIKA SOOD | WEDNESDAY, 3 APR 2019 12:44PM
Northern Trust thinks the $2.8 trillion superannuation industry will increasingly outsource its trading functions and it wants a slice of the business.
Read more: Northern Trust, AustralianSuper, Aviate Global LLP, Cbus, Crestone Wealth Management, Future Fund, Gary Paulin, Government Employees Superannuation Board, Melbourne, Mercer, MIFID II, NZ Super, QIC Commonwealth Superannuation Scheme, Robert Arnott, Sydney
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