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IOOF firms abandon shipBY ANNABELLE DICKSON | WEDNESDAY, 17 MAR 2021 11:33AM
Four IOOF financial advice firms have joined Count Financial ahead of the MLC acquisition, with one firm saying it was seeking a licensee without "hidden agendas".
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HSBC Asset Management is launching a single business unit dedicated to alternatives with $69 billion in assets, to be led by its current global chief investment officer.
Aware Super is targeting the independent financial adviser market, bringing in a former long-serving BT Financial Group staffer who will take charge of advice relationships.
Charter Hall Group has appointed a group head of ESG as it continues to build out its sustainability team and ESG offering.
Australian private equity and venture capital firms' assets reached a record high of $18.4 billion (US$14bn), according to new research.
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