The future is American for Ninety One, and maybe Chinese too

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Ninety One CEO Hendrik du Toit says "needle-moving" long-term growth will come from North America for the firm.
Ninety One CEO Hendrik du Toit says "needle-moving" long-term growth will come from North America for the firm.
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With assets under management increasing to £140 billion (approximately R2.9 trillion) and net inflows of £3.9 billion, Ninety One declared the six months to September its best first half on record. 

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