Northwestern Mutual completed its $2.7 billion sale of asset manager Russell Investments to the London Stock Exchange Group, the Milwaukee, Wis. firm announced today.

Northwestern acquired Russell in 1999 for an undisclosed sum, though analysts estimated the deal was worth $1.2 billion at the time. According to Northwestern, Russell oversees almost $260 billion in assets, largely for institutional investors. 

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