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Bennelong's BennBridge opens its doors
JAMIE WILLIAMSON  |  WEDNESDAY, 17 MAY 2017   11:23AM
... policies and procedures. Former Bennelong head of institutional sales Ryan Durance has returned to the UK from Melbourne to head up BennBridge's business development. Durance began his career as an analyst with Merchant Investors, and has also ...
Mercer wins university investment mandate
KARREN VERGARA  |  TUESDAY, 16 MAY 2017   12:40PM
A Melbourne university appointed Mercer as its new investment manager and awarded $215 million to two of the investment manager's socially responsible funds. A stronger environmental, social and corporate governance focus will see Swinburne ...
Praemium chief executive takes back company
ALEX BURKE  |  MONDAY, 15 MAY 2017   12:28PM
... Bankwest managing director Robert De Luca, after all resolutions were passed at Praemium's shareholder meeting in Melbourne. Andre Carstens, Peter Mahler, Robert Edgley and chair Greg Camm departed Praemium's board, and directors Stuart ...
Ohanessian ousts entire Praemium board
ALEX BURKE  |  FRIDAY, 12 MAY 2017   12:56PM
... board of directors, appointing a new board in the process. Following the results of the general meeting in Melbourne today, directors Andre Carstens, Peter Mahler, Robert Edgley and chair Greg Camm will depart Praemium's board. In their ...
NAB sells Asian private wealth arm
KARREN VERGARA  |  FRIDAY, 12 MAY 2017   12:43PM
... and Singapore. More than half of the properties are located in Australia with the majority clustered around Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane; properties in the UK, Hong Kong, New Zealand and Singapore make up the rest of the mortgage portfolio. NAB ...
Private wealth specialist appoints chief executive
ALEX BURKE  |  THURSDAY, 11 MAY 2017   11:41AM
... role as regional practice business manager for BT Magnitude," Stevenson added. Sterling operates three offices in Melbourne, Brisbane and the Gold Coast, employs nine advisers and 25 support staff and has more than $800 million in funds under ...
Financial dispute authorities combined for 'one-stop-shop'
EMMA RAPAPORT  |  TUESDAY, 9 MAY 2017   10:40PM
... of the authority follows an independent review of the External Dispute Resolution framework, led by University of Melbourne law professor Ian Ramsay. "Australians need to be confident that financial services providers - banks, insurers ...
Tax breaks delivered to first home buyers
EMMA RAPAPORT  |  TUESDAY, 9 MAY 2017   10:37PM
... tax rates less a 30% offset from 1 July 2018. "An extended period of house price growth, particularly in Sydney and Melbourne, has resulted in young families delaying the purchase of their first home," budget documents say. While the scheme is ...
Infrastructure receives $75 billion boost
KARREN VERGARA  |  TUESDAY, 9 MAY 2017   6:49PM
... investment," Whiteley commented. The winners Other infrastructure spend highlighted in the Budget include: The Melbourne to Brisbane Inland Rail receiving an additional $8.4 billion; The establishment a $10 billion National Rail Program to ...
BetaShares expands to Victoria
JAMIE WILLIAMSON  |  THURSDAY, 4 MAY 2017   11:20AM
... continued growth, BetaShares has appointed a national manager, adviser services to be based in the business' new Melbourne office. Bringing 21 years' experience in financial services, Damon Riscalla joins BetaShares from Russell Investments ...
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