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    Aquila Capital wins global property brief from Asia

    Aquila Capital, an alternative asset manager owned by Germany's Aquila Group, has won a global real estate portfolio from a large institutional investor in Asia.

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    Create research shows “fundamental shift” of investment attitude

    Investors are no longer chasing the highest potential return and instead want to mitigate unrewarded risks, according to

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    Euromoney to slash European equity benchmarking costs

    Euromoney Indices is planning to undercut rival index providers by 50% for the cost of using European equities benchmarks.

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    ETF trade reporting initiative tackles market liquidity

    Unreported exchange-traded fund (ETF) trades are to be made transparent in an initiative to make the European industry more efficient.

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    M&A volumes booming across the globe in third quarter

    The third quarter of 2014 has seen more merger and acquisition (M&A) deals completed globally than in any equivalent period for the last six years, according to research.

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