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Alpha’s Tan to run combined asset manager arm for Keppel

Published on February 4th, 2016

Singaporean firm merges asset manager subsidiaries as Keppel Capital Holdings Keppel Corporation will consolidate its asset management businesses into a new entity managed by Alpha Investment Partners’ Christina Tan. The…

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