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FS Roundtable: Striking the perfect balanceBY KARREN VERGARA | THURSDAY, 14 NOV 2019 3:57PM
The current climate is pushing the importance of asset allocation to the forefront of building robust portfolios, prompting investment experts to think outside the box of traditional assets. Karren Vergara writes.
Read more: SPDR ETFs, Asset Builder Financial Services, Credit Suisse, Morgan Stanley, Rainmaker, Stephen Cabot, Banyan Tree Investment Group, Benjamin Regnat, Chhai Ung, Christian Schween, Crestone Wealth Management, Global Financial Crisis, IOOF Holdings, Jason Coggins, John Dyall, Jonathan Reilly, Koda Capital, Lonsec Research, Matthew Olsen, Meaghan Victor, Michael Martel, Piers Bolger, Shaun Bornstein, SSGA SPDR, Stan Shamu, State Street Global Advisors, Viridian Advisory
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Pendal Group has made year-long fee cuts on two funds, as it sees the Reserve Bank of Australia holding the cash rate at the record-low of 0.25%.
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Standard & Poor's has downgraded AMP Limited's credit rating from BBB+ to BBB, with all AMP Group entities on CreditWatch with negative implications.
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ME Bank chief executive James McPhee has resigned after weathering scrutiny over the bank's adjusting of redraw facilities for mortgage customers and its relationship with the industry funds that own it.
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At a time when many Australians are engaging directly with their superannuation fund for the first time, member satisfaction appears mixed, with two separate surveys producing some opposing views.
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