Canada Life Investments (Real Estate)

2018 Top 100 Real Estate ranking: 109http://www.canadalifeinvestments.com

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Europe

United Kingdom
1–6 Lombard Street
London
EC3V 9JU
Head Office
1-6 Lombard Street
London
EC3V 9JU
United Kingdom
Company website:
http://www.canadalifeinvestments.com
Parent Company:
Canada Life UK
Year Founded:
1903
No. of investment offices worldwide:
1

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