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Small administrator eyes large fundsBY HARRISON WORLEY | MONDAY, 9 MAR 2020 12:31PM
Brisbane-based superannuation administrator IFAA is ready to broaden its focus beyond the mostly small and medium super funds it typically serves, as the addition of a new shareholder bolsters the firm.
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A Sydney boutique under Grant Samuel Funds Management's banner has closed its $28 million fund that invested in VIX and S&P 500 options.
ING's Living Super offering is putting the lid on its balanced option after feedback from members that it's too similar to the growth option, and will add two more defensive options.
The Financial Planning Association of Australia has unveiled its five-year plan, which includes redundancies.
JP Morgan Asset Management's trading and analytics platform is set to be powered by the automation capabilities of Calastone, after the two firms formed a partnership.
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