Pendal profits plunge, advisers remain positiveBY KANIKA SOOD | THURSDAY, 2 MAY 2019 12:44PM
Pendal Group attracted $100 million net in adviser money in the first half, even as lower performance fees from its funds dragged down the first half results.
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