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TOUGH: Natalie Skead says aspects of WA’s proceeds of crime legislation are too harsh. Photo: Attila Csaszar

Double-edged sword in crime fight

A $2.3 MILLION allocation last week to charity from funds confiscated by police highlights the good that can come from freezing proceeds of crime valued at $158 million during the past three years.

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Assets under management or net assets ($m)

8th-Resource Capital Funds$1,100.0m
9th-Euroz$995.4m
10th↓University of Western Australia$628.6m
11th-FES Supernanuation Fund$453.1m
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