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Troika Seeks Growth

Troika Dialog said Wednesday that it seeks to increase assets under management tenfold within five years by courting the country’s growing middle-class and foreign investors.

“In terms of size, asset management and private banking, the company is going to change fundamentally in the next five years,” said Jacques Der Megreditchian, Troika’s chief business officer.

“We currently have $3 billion under management. In three to five years, we aim to have $30 billion,” he said.


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