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  • Realindex Investments

    Realindex Investments Pty Limited (Realindex) is a wholly owned investment management company of Colonial First State Group Limited. As an investment manager, the business is focussed on partnering with clients to provide systematic equity solutions.

    Founded in 2008, Realindex manages approximately AUD 21 Billion on behalf of clients, and invests across Australian, global and emerging market equities. Realindex has a dedicated team of portfolio managers and analysts responsible for the research, construction, portfolio management, trading and institutional sales and service of its underlying investment strategies. Realindex leverages the significant resources of Colonial First State Global Asset Management, which is one of Australia’s largest investment managers.

    “Realindex is dedicated to delivering client driven systematic equity strategies facilitated by our capabilities in research and portfolio management.”

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