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ATP restructures billions invested in international equities

ATP's new chief executive, Christian Hyldahl, has a vision: ATP needs more simplicity and transparency. The vision is being realized around the organization -- most recently in the shape of major restructuring in the company's investments in international equities.

ATP CEO Christian Hyldahl.

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