US corporate debt mandate signed to Aussie managerBY DARREN SNYDER | MONDAY, 20 MAR 2017 12:46PM
An Australian investment manager says it is time to think of floating rate assets and double-B rated credits as a safe haven in global debt markets.
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Long term Bond Investors Shouldn't Fear Rate Rises
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Delay in progress on the development of MyRetirement (CIPRs) products may not be due to a lack of initiative from superannuation funds but rather reluctance around expenditure.
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A $7.4 billion corporate superannuation fund is partnering with GBST to provide members with the maximum tax benefits available to them following the latest super reforms.
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Though an increase in the Fed funds rate this month might be a benign conclusion, what the Fed does after March is still up for grabs.
TAL and CommInsure each collected three accolades at the Association of Financial Advisers (AFA) Life Company of the Year Awards in Sydney last night, and it was the former which won the top gong.
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