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Wholesale funds recover lossesBY ANNABELLE DICKSON | FRIDAY, 9 APR 2021 12:24PM
Wholesale funds finished 2020 with funds under management (FUM) down just 0.1%, recovering almost all the losses experienced as a result of COVID-19, new research from Plan For Life shows.
Read more: Plan For Life, Challenger, Vanguard, IOOF Multimix Balanced Growth Trust, Macquarie Balanced Growth, State Street Global Advisors, Ausbil Balanced Fund, Pendal, QIC, Rainmaker Information, Victoria Funds Management
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