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ETF issuer hires Olympian
KANIKA SOOD  |  FRIDAY, 23 NOV 2018
An ETF issuer has hired a former Olympian as it expands its team.
Industry funds lead website experience
KANIKA SOOD  |  FRIDAY, 23 NOV 2018
Industry superannuation funds are providing members a better website experience than retail funds but retail wins when it comes to retirement calculators, the latest digital engagement study finds.
Melbourne boutique hires deputy CIO
KANIKA SOOD  |  WEDNESDAY, 21 NOV 2018
A Melbourne boutique has snapped up a former central bank portfolio manager as its deputy chief investment officer.
CBA board ignored key issues in deciding executive pay
KANIKA SOOD  |  WEDNESDAY, 21 NOV 2018
The Commonwealth Bank board ignored major scandals besieging the bank when it approved the variable remuneration for its top executives for FY16, the Royal Commission heard.
Antipodes Partners expands team
KANIKA SOOD  |  WEDNESDAY, 21 NOV 2018
The global equities boutique has added a former Platinum Asset Management analyst to its team, and is hiring for other roles.
Australia's first active fixed income ETF goes live
KANIKA SOOD  |  TUESDAY, 20 NOV 2018
A Legg Mason affiliate has become the first to offer an actively-managed fixed income fund as an exchange-traded fund in Australia.
KPMG hires from Macquarie
KANIKA SOOD  |  TUESDAY, 20 NOV 2018
KPMG has hired a long-standing member of the Macquarie Infrastructure and Real Assets team to sustain its relationships with superannuation funds.
Aussie companies drop dividends
KANIKA SOOD  |  MONDAY, 19 NOV 2018
Australian companies paid about $820 million less in dividends in the third quarter than the corresponding period from 2017 as dividend growth at local banks flat lined.
AMP Capital appoints fund manager
KANIKA SOOD  |  MONDAY, 19 NOV 2018
AMP Capital has appointed a new fund manager for its largest pooled real estate fund, as current manager moves into a different role.
AI ramping up but legal risks remain
KANIKA SOOD  |  FRIDAY, 16 NOV 2018
Financial services companies are betting on artificial intelligence (AI) more than ever, but remain sceptical of compliance and legal risks associated with the technology.
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