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CapitaLand to more than double AUM in India to $7 bil by 2024

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PC Lee10/1/2019 04:01 PM GMT+08  • 3 min read
CapitaLand to more than double AUM in India to $7 bil by 2024
SINGAPORE (Oct 1): Property group CapitaLand plans to grow its assets under management (AUM) in India to $7 billion by 2024 from $3.3 billion at present.
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SINGAPORE (Oct 1): Property group CapitaLand plans to grow its assets under management (AUM) in India to $7 billion by 2024 from $3.3 billion at present.

This was announced in Bangalore, India, on Tuesday by Lee Chee Koon, Capitaland's group CEO.

To hit the target, CapitaLand will invest capital to grow development pipeline and work with capital partners to grow fund management business in the next five years.

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