| | THURSDAY, 30 MAR 2017 1:01PMAfter an extensive review BlackRock has restructured its active equities product offering and affirmed its plans to integrate artificial intelligence, hinting that future jobs will be aligned with robots.|
|Australian equities manager Perennial Value is hoping to take advantage of strong returns from the sub $500 million companies market with the launch of a new microcap strategy.|
|A Charter Hall unlisted property fund is now available to advisers wanting to access direct commercial property opportunities.|
|Commonwealth Bank has priced its first climate bond, raising $650 million to fund a range of renewable and low-carbon projects in Australia.|
|New-York based financial firm Goldman Sachs is planning to launch an ETF which will invest in high-yield corporate debt, according to documents filed with the US Securities and Exchange Commission.|
|Star bond manager Bill Gross has settled a law suit with former employer PIMCO, ending a 15-month legal battle.|
|New research from VanEck suggests Australian institutional investors will likely be ramping up their allocations to exchange-traded funds.|
|Insight Investment received a 'Recommended' rating from Lonsec for one of its funds.|
|Generation X and Y investors have a marked preference for international stocks compared to their elders, according to the latest research from nabtrade.|
|Colonial First State is in the final stages of a major technology enhancement to its FirstWrap platform.|
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Australian equities manager Perennial Value is hoping to take advantage of strong returns from the sub $500 million companies market with the launch of a new microcap strategy.
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The Australian Bankers' Association announced it will commit to the majority of the Khoury Report's proposed banking reforms, promising to raise its code of practice to meet higher standards.
The Productivity Commission has released its anticipated draft report on alternative default models in superannuation, looking at ways to introduce more competition in a system where members do not exercise fund choice.
Following research into the future of product innovation and development, Nikko Asset Management Australia has created a new executive role to drive the firm's product agenda.
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