Japan’s Nippon Life eyeing M&A for foreign boutique bond and alternative funds

TOKYO (Reuters) – Japan’s Nippon Life Insurance Co [NPNLI.UL], which recently struck a deal to buy about a quarter of U.S. investment firm TCW Group, is scouting for opportunities to buy boutique managers of bonds and alternative assets, its president said.
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