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Market Wrap AMBY AAP | WEDNESDAY, 18 FEB 2015 9:15AM
The Australian market looks set to open higher following gains on Wall Street amid optimism that a bailout extension deal will be reached between Greece and its creditors.
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Delivering Income from Infrastructure
In another first for Pinnacle Investment Management this week, the firm has set up a North American-based affiliate in a small-cap equities fund manager.
The $65 billion industry superannuation fund has welcomed a head of investment product and communications who has previously held roles with MLC Asset Management and BlackRock.
Mirae Asset Global Investments has appointed Citi Australia as its provider of custody and fund administration services for its Australian funds management business.
The Retirement Income Covenant's introduction to parliament yesterday has been welcomed by major industry bodies.
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