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Jahna Cedar wants to ensure the longevity of Gumala Aboriginal Corporation. Photo: Attila Csaszar

Cedar repositions Gumala for growth

40under40: First Amongst Equals winner Jahna Cedar has built a career blending her business acumen and indigenous heritage.

Jahna Cedar heads an organisation that has experienced a dramatic fall in revenue over the past three years on a scale many would consider calamitous.

However, rather than becoming overwhelmed by the situation she has inherited, Ms Cedar has instead focused on the opportunities.

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Assets under management or net assets ($m)

16th-CBH Super$231.8m
17th-Clough Superannuation Fund$211.0m
18th-Gumala Aboriginal Corporation$95.4m
19th-3rd Wave Capital$47.5m
20th-Merchant Group$44.9m
48 fund managers ranked by assets under management or net assets

6th-YMAC$21.3m
7th-Karlka Nyiyaparli Aboriginal Corporation$20.3m
8th-Gumala Aboriginal Corporation$18.9m
9th-NAC$16.4m
10th-Ashburton Aboriginal Corporation$15.4m
50 indigenous corporations ranked by total revenue - this year

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