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H20 Wins $270M Colonial First Mandate

London-based fund manager, H20 Asset Management, has won a global fixed income and currency mandate from Australian wealth creation firm, Colonial First State.

London-based fund manager, H20 Asset Management,has won aglobal fixed income and currency mandate from Australian wealth creation firm, Colonial First State (CFS), Super Review reports. H20 was allocated $270 million within CFS’ FirstChoice multi-manager funds.

The mandate was awarded through H20’s Australian affiliate, Apostle Asset Management. H20 was launched in July 2010 in a joint venture with Natixis Asset Management by Bruno Crastes and Vincent Chailley, former Amundi Asset Management executives.

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