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Aviva prepares to wind up Asia fund and sell assets after investors demand money back

Published on August 10th, 2015

Aviva Investors has been forced into the sale of assets from its £159m ($248.2m) Asia Pacific Property Fund. The UK investment manager has been forced to suspend dealings and liquidate…

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