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Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Company has agreed to sell the company’s subsidiary, Russell Investments, to the London Stock Exchange Group plc (“LSEG”) for $2.7 billion. The sale will be finalized later this year, pending regulatory and LSEG shareholder approvals and satisfaction of other closing conditions.

Russell is an investment services firm that oversees assets, primarily for large, institutional investors such as pension funds. The firm also maintains stock indices such as the Russell 2000. Russell mutual funds are available to retail investors.

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