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Laughlin takes up post at helm of Pramerica Real Estate Investors’ $8bn Asian business

Published on April 11th, 2013

Pramerica Real Estate Investors has announced the appointment of Morgan Laughlin as head of its Asia business. The appointment, first revealed in AsiaProperty (November 2012), will see Laughlin replace Victoria…

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