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McKinsey & Company has been found to have a secret internal investment arm amounting to about $5 billion, according to releases found in the Panama Papers as reported by the Financial Times.

The arm is known as McKinsey Investment Office Partners, with a board of 12 of the firm’s most senior advisors.

“Given the size of the internal investment fund, it raises the question of whether there’s a conflict of interest here between McKinsey’s investment strategy and its clients’ needs,” Source Global Research director Fiona Czerniawska told the paper.

MIO maintains that it is careful to avoid conflicts of interest. The arm holds assets worth $9.5 billion. Half of this is invested as part of the company’s pension plan.

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