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Westpac to raise capital by divesting BTIM stakeBY LAURA MILLAN | TUESDAY, 16 JUN 2015 10:40AM
Westpac Group will sell half of its stake in BT Investment Management (BTIM) to institutional and retail investors in a move that will raise up to $700 million and bolster its capital position.
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