Seismic shift in risk appetite sees Japan's managers suffer

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Recently released year-end results show assets under management for Japanese asset managers were down 12% in the year ended March 31, as Gavin Blair reports

Assets under management (AUM) from Japan's pension schemes fell nearly 12% in the year to March 31, though this was negatively affected by the depressed stock market following the triple disasters ...

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