Foreign ownership of financial services
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Foreign ownership of financial services

On the sidelines of the AIOFP conference in Tokyo, Japan, M&A consultant Steve Prendeville joins The ifa Show to chat about the increasing influence of foreign buyers in Australian financial services. We also speak with Malcolm Whitten of Nikko Asset Management about the strategy behind the Nikko AM Australian Share Income Fund.

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