PIMCO a hit with Aussie instosBY KANIKA SOOD | WEDNESDAY, 15 JAN 2020 12:40PM
PIMCO has emerged as the manager that won the most institutional money in Australia for the year ending September, according to data from more than 5000 mandates compiled by Rainmaker Information.Read more: PIMCO, BlackRock, Christian Super, HESTA, Hostplus, IFM Investors, Janus Henderson, Legg Mason, Telstra Super, Touchstone Asset Management, Yarra Capital
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