The separate public company will control the Toronto-based firm’s fee-generating assets, including real estate, infrastructure, credit, private equity and renewable energy, Bloomberg reported Tuesday. The division controlled US$364 billion in assets as of Dec. 31 and could have an equity value of up to US$100 billion. (Bloomberg)
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