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|... solutions. "The reason this role was created now is that Ardea has grown to now manage over $10.5 billion in FUM for clients within the superannuation, insurance and government sectors, and further growth is anticipated over the coming 12 ...|
|... results were modestly adjusted to reflect a small component of market movement. "IMAP has analysed the increase in FUM for managed accounts using the S&P ASX 200 market movement index over the past six months of 1% as an indicator, and $0.39 ...|
|... as at 30 September 2015 were $28.4 billion, with net outflows of $700 million for the quarter. Total average FUM for the three months to 30 September 2015 were $30.3 billion. The largest contributor to the change in Perpetual's FUM over ...|
|... (it has a stake in seven boutique managers). The acquisition of ROC Partners in May 2014 contributed $5.3 billion in FUM for the full year. "This is a pleasing result for the company and we are confident that business momentum will continue into ...|
|... management (FUM) of Australian equities at $1.65bn as at December 31, 2011. The figure represents a steady decline in FUM for the manager with $2.47bn at the end of 2010 and $4.14bn in December 2009. GMO has Australian equities mandates for a ...|
|... slow growth in the pooled investment market has seen cash holdings as bank deposits, now at a sky high $1.5 trillion, stay above aggregate FUM for the past five quarters pushing the total for the combined sectors through the $3 trillion barrier.|
|... (ETFs) in Australia, up more than 50 per cent over 12 months. This is 52 per cent higher than the $1.97 billion in FUM for SPDRs as at July last year and reflects growing demand over the past year from investors, particularly those in the retail ...|
|... Australia's leading ETF brand by giving it exclusive access to the country's premier benchmark index," he said. Total FUM for SPDR ETFs reached $2.65 billion as of 31 May, 2010, an increase of more than 72 per cent from May 2009. SPDR ETFs account ...|
|... on the prior corresponding period while funds under management (FUM) increased by 14 per cent to $19.2 billion. The FUM for Challenger's boutique partner rose 78 per cent in the six months to December bringing total FUM for the boutique funds to ...|
|... up 29 per cent to $72 million during the period. What's more, the wealth management arm enjoyed a 73 per cent rise in FUM for the full year. In the half year to December 2005, the group saw earnings in the wholesale finance arm increase by almost ...|
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AXA Investment Managers' head of Framlington Equities for Asia left the business at end of May, the manager confirmed.
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Superannuation is working effectively to support members of all ages, genders and income levels, new research from the Association of Superannuation Funds of Australia shows.
According to the new Value of an Adviser report by Russell Investments, financial advisers deliver value of at least 4.4% or more every year to their clients beyond investment-only advice.
A portfolio manager artificially inflated a fund's returns and collected a large bonus on the back of it, the US corporate regulator alleged.
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