By Guy Montague-Jones2017-07-20T09:35:00
The assets under management (AUM) of the world’s 100 largest alternative asset managers rocketed by 10% to $4trn (£3trn) last year, according to the latest Willis Towers Watson Global Alternatives Survey.
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