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|... as an alternative strategy at Morningstar. Its mFund had returned -5.81% in the year to February 28. Since its inception in May 2016 the fund has returned 4.8% in annualised return to the benchmark's (Bloomberg AusBond Bank Bill Index) 1.88%.|
|... Composite 0+ Years Index, Citigroup Global Bond Index ex-Australia (hedged to AUD) and Bloomberg AusBond Bank Bill Index. The Australian Shares Indexed option aims to perform in line with the benchmark S&P/ASX300 Accumulation Index (before ...|
|... market's performance. Typically looking to provide yearly gross returns of 2-3% over the Bloomberg AusBond Bank Bill Index, in Sunsuper's case it will seek to achieve, before fees, an excess return of 1.75%. It will be used by Sunsuper as an ...|
|... Opportunities account has returned 6.9% annualised which is 4.83% above the benchmark Bloomberg Ausbond Bank Bill Index, calculated at net of fees. Its Investment Grade Securitised targets superannuation funds. It has beat the benchmark index ...|
|... returned 6.5% per annum over the five years to 31 December 2017 and is benchmarked to the Bloomberg AusBond Bank Bill Index, which returned 4% over the same period. Brodie explained the choice to invest in the Global Income Fund, saying it "has ...|
|... returned 6.5% per annum over the five years to 31 December 2017 and is benchmarked to the Bloomberg AusBond Bank Bill Index, which returned 4% over the same period. "Supervised Investments has a long track record of delivering strong ...|
|... global fixed income fund and is based on Payden's absolute return strategy. Relative to the Bloomberg AusBond Bank Bill Index, the fund has generated 2.41% per annum over three years. It is also available on the Asgard, BT, HUB24, Macquarie, MLC ...|
|... portfolios, despite record low interest rates and market volatility." The fund uses the Bloomberg Ausbond Bank Bill Index (BAUBIL) as a performance benchmark but does not reference any market index for the purpose of portfolio construction. In ...|
|... investments." According to Advance's monthly fact sheet, the fund returned barely half of its benchmark achieving just 1.22% p.a. since the fund's inception in June 2011 compared to 3.13% annualised from the Bloomberg AusBond Bank Bill Index.|
|... relatively unconstrained in terms of duration positioning. The Fund targets a return of Bloomberg AusBond Bank Bill Index plus 4 - 5% p.a. with volatility range of 5-6% p.a. from a very broad range of fixed income strategies. In its report ...|
UBS has appointed new co-country heads for Australasia, as Matthew Grounds announces his plans to retire from the firm.
Australia's high-net-worth population slumped in the rankings of a global wealth study as millionaires shifted their portfolio to cash amid share market uncertainty.
IMF Bentham and William Roberts Lawyers will bring a class action against MLC's super fund trustee NULIS Nominees relating to excess fees charged to members for adviser commissions.
SG Hiscock & Company has appointed a new investment specialist who will be responsible for fund distribution across New South Wales and Queensland and a new business development executive - both from Macquarie Group.
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