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Trading platforms see record useBY HARRISON WORLEY | THURSDAY, 9 APR 2020 3:57PM
The COVID-19 pandemic saw Australia's equity markets become a hive of activity throughout March, as self-directed investors moved to protect their portfolios from the crisis' economic fallout.
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Insignia Financial has responded to media speculation that it's in discussions with Equity Trustees (EQT) over the sale of its Australian Executor Trustees (AET) business.
As it looks to increase its exposure to US markets, AustralianSuper has made a raft of appointments to its New York based investment team and relocated its head of private equity.
Long-anticipated superannuation laws that allow de facto couples to split their super assets in the event of a relationship breakdown have finally passed in Western Australia.
NGS Super has made two new hires to strengthen its capabilities in international and Australian equities, as the fund works toward a carbon-neutral investment portfolio by 2030.
Vanguard, the ETF giant, has presented an odd submission to the Quality of Advice Review.
With the RBA tightening cycle firmly underway, the impact for Australian households is only starting to be felt.
There's no doubt the superannuation system, which turned 30 this year, has been a game changer.
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