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ClearView names new tech GM
HARRISON WORLEY  |  THURSDAY, 5 APR 2018
ClearView has appointed a new technology general manager.
First State Super appoints head of digital
JAMIE WILLIAMSON  |  MONDAY, 18 DEC 2017
The former entrepreneur-in-residence at Westpac's innovation hub is the new head of digital at an $81 billion superannuation fund.
CommInsure appoints independent review expert
ALEX BURKE  |  TUESDAY, 24 MAY 2016
CommInsure has announced the appointment of its independent expert to review past life insurance claims.
CommInsure appoints independent review panel
ALEX BURKE  |  MONDAY, 18 APR 2016
CommInsure has appointed its independent claims review panel to address "complex claim assessment."
IFM expands direct investments team
ALICE URIBE  |  WEDNESDAY, 8 MAY 2013
Industry Funds Management (IFM) has expanded its direct investments group with the appointment of Ashley Barker as investment director.
ClearView moves on IFA market
MELANIE TIMBRELL  |  MONDAY, 2 APR 2012
Dealer group ClearView has reported the acquisition of three new IFA practices in addition to seven new APLs in an update to the market.
ClearView Wealth FUMA hits $3.1bn
ELISE BURGESS  |  WEDNESDAY, 25 AUG 2010
Former CommInsure chief executive Simon Swanson makes his first appearance as managing director of ClearView Wealth Limited today, announcing the group's strong set of results following a company restructure and new focus.
AMP Cap maintains high tenancy rate
PRESS RELEASE  |  WEDNESDAY, 19 MAY 2010
AMP Capital Investors have retained three major tenants for their Bridge Street building in Sydney, keeping the vacancy rate of the AMP Capital Wholesale Office fund more than four times lower than the Australian average.
Swanson heads MMC Contrarian
RUTH LIEW  |  FRIDAY, 26 MAR 2010
CommInsure veteran Simon Swanson has been appointed chief executive of MMC Contrarian, which recently agreed to buy ClearView Retirement Solutions and MBF Life from Bupa Australia.
Market Wrap - Morning
AAP  |  MONDAY, 12 MAY 2008
The Australian stock market is expected to open lower today, with Wall Street and base metals in London offering negative leads on Friday, and the SPI futures index in Sydney down slightly.
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