HONG KONG - Northern Trust Global Investments (Europe) (NTGI) has bagged a US$155m European equity mandate from the Hospital Authority Provident Fund Scheme in Hong Kong (HAPFS).
The HAPFS provides retirement benefits to the staff of the Hong Kong Hospital Authority (HKHA), an independent organisation accountable to the Hong Kong government. HAPFS is one of Hong Kong's largest occupational pension funds.
HAPFS was advised by Towers Perrin Hong Kong.
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