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FASEA chief unaware of dwindling adviser numbersBY JAMIE WILLIAMSON | FRIDAY, 1 NOV 2019 4:23PM
FASEA chief executive Stephen Glenfield refused to acknowledge the impact increased education requirements has had on financial adviser numbers during a recent Senate Estimates hearing.
Read more: FASEA, Stephen Glenfield, Amanda Stoker, James Forde, Paul Franklin, Amelia Constantinidis, ASIC Financial Adviser Register, Association of Financial Advisers, Peter Whish-Wilson, Group Financial Advising, Paramount Financial Solutions, Wayne Leggett
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Former Ausbil microcap managers Tony Waters and Chris Prunty have come out on top of Mercer's Australian Shares Investment Manager Performance ranking, after their QVG Capital Long Short fund returned 29.3% for the year.
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Global investment firm GMO has acquired a Japanese investment advisory firm and nabbed two senior executives from PGIM's quantitative investment manager QMA.
The earlier than expected easing of restrictions in Australia that defrosted social and commercial activity has had its desired effect - rebounding business conditions and confidence, and the feared one - a second wave.
Around 300,000 Australians lodged their second application to access their super early at the start of the new financial year.
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