Ambitious Australian trustee firm makes kiwi push

Victoria Young
Tue, 27 Aug 2019

By Victoria Young Aug. 27 (BusinessDesk) - Aussie upstart Sargon, best known in this market for its row with Perpetual Guardian owner Completus, is attempting another foray into the local trustee market.  Sargon, which made headlines after its deal to buy Completus soured in 2017, has laid out its plans following the takeover of Auckland headquartered Heritage Trustees last year.  The company has $50 billion in assets under management and supervision and pitches itself as a trustee cloud infrastructure provider.  It was previously k...

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