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ClearView breached anti-hawking law 300k timesBY KARREN VERGARA | MONDAY, 10 SEP 2018 5:14PM
The sixth round of the financial services Royal Commission heard ClearView's direct life insurance business breached anti-hawking provisions up to 303,000 times.
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As its group executive, people, finance and change prepares to retire, the $62 billion industry fund is welcoming a new general manager and recruiting for its first chief financial officer.
Pengana has appointed US manager Harding Loevner to manage $435 million of assets in its listed and unlisted International Fund.
Investment and advisory firm Jarden and investment bank Nomura have joined forces to provide clients shared expertise.
Investec Australia has divested a portion of its $60 million emerging companies strategy to the fund's founder.
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