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PGI to buy property firms in Europe and Asia

Published on March 1st, 2013

Principal Global Investors (PGI), the asset management arm of US-based Principal Financial Group, plans to expand its portfolio by buying companies focusing on Asian and European real estate. CEO Jim…

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