Principal Global Investors

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Europe

United Kingdom
1 Wood Street
London
EC2V 7JB
Tel
44 20 7710 0220
The Netherlands
Schiphol Boulevard 127
A-Tower, Level 4
1118 BG Schiphol
Tel
31 20700 5522
Germany
Maximilianstraße 35 A
80539 Munich
Tel
49 89 24 21 81 55
Switzerland
Dreikönigstrasse 31a
CH – 8002
Zurich

Asia-Pacific

Australia
50 Bridge Street, Level 43
GPO Box 4169
Sydney NSW 2000
Tel
612 8226 9000
Hong Kong
Unit 1001-3, Central Plaza
18 Harbour Road
Wanchai
Tel
852 3519 2000
Singapore
One Raffles Quay #19-04
North Tower
Singapore 048583
Tel
65 6332 0683
Japan
Imperial Tower, 11th Floor
1-1-1 Uchisaiwai-cho
Chiyoda-ku Tokyo 100-0011
Tel
81 3 3519 7880
United Arab Emirates
Office 109, Level 1, Gate Village 7
Dubai International Financial Centre
P.O. Box 482006
Dubai
Tel
971 (0)4 346 4555

North America

United States
801 Grand Avenue
Des Moines
Iowa 50392
Tel
1 800 533 1390
Head Office
1 Wood Street
London
EC2V 7JB
United Kingdom
Contact
Adrian Taylor Tel. +44 20 7710 0326
Company website:
http://www.principalglobal.com/eu
Parent Company:
Principal
Year Founded:
1879
No. of investment offices worldwide:
12

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