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CapitaLand eyes AUM of S$100b by 2020 and S$3b in capital recycling each year

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Mr Lim says developed and transparent markets like Japan and Europe present investment opportunities for the group as it seeks to recycle capital from lower-yielding assets to higher-yielding ones.

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CAPITALAND is aiming to grow its total assets under management (AUM) from S$88.8 billion as of end-2017 to S$100 billion by 2020, even as it announced a 20 per cent increase in core dividends for fiscal 2017 to 12 Singapore cents a share.

To achieve that AUM growth target

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