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Crestone appoints deputy chief investment officer

JAMIE WILLIAMSON  |  WEDNESDAY, 27 APR 2022
The former chief investment officer of Energy Super joined the investments team at Crestone Wealth Management this week. Kevin Wan Lum taken up the post as deputy chief investment officer at Crestone, reporting to chief executive Michael Chisholm. He ...

FPA names new chair

JAMIE WILLIAMSON  |  TUESDAY, 26 APR 2022
The Financial Planning Association of Australia will welcome a new chair next month as Marisa Broome's term comes to an end. The result of a long-term succession plan, current deputy chair David Sharpe will take over as chair on May 1, based in Perth. ...

Fitzpatricks expands QLD presence

JAMIE WILLIAMSON  |  TUESDAY, 26 APR 2022
Fitzpatricks Private Wealth has grown its network, adding a Fortitude Valley practice. Rothgard Financial Partners has officially joined the dealer group, having worked closely in recent years to pivot the former towards the private client market. Rothgard ...

Active Super enhances parental leave policy

JAMIE WILLIAMSON  |  TUESDAY, 26 APR 2022
Employees of Active Super will now receive superannuation guarantee payments for up to 12 months while on parental leave, with the super fund also extending its paid entitlements. In an effort to help bridge the gender super gap, the industry fund will ...

Cbus hires retirement, product governance leads

JAMIE WILLIAMSON  |  TUESDAY, 26 APR 2022
The industry fund has promoted within to appoint a head of retirement, while a longstanding Equipsuper executive will take on the role of head of product governance. Cbus has promoted Jon Sedawie, its current head of product, to the newly created role ...

Six cases brought against Westpac now finalised

JAMIE WILLIAMSON  |  FRIDAY, 22 APR 2022
The six Federal Court cases brought against Westpac by ASIC late last year have been finalised, with the banking giant to pay a total of $113 million in penalties. A decision in the final of the six matters, all overseen by Justice Beach, was handed ...

Pension fund pushes for independent chair at Berkshire Hathaway

JAMIE WILLIAMSON  |  FRIDAY, 22 APR 2022
One of the world's largest pension funds has indicated it will vote Warren Buffett out as chair of Berkshire Hathaway at the company's annual general meeting later this month. Despite his notoriety as the world's best investor, the California ...

UK regulator introduces diversity rules for listed entities

JAMIE WILLIAMSON  |  THURSDAY, 21 APR 2022
The UK's Financial Conduct Authority has finalised its rules for listed companies when it comes to disclosure of diversity on boards and executive committees. Under the rules, the boards of listed entities must comprise 40% women and at least one of ...

Heffron adds head of product

JAMIE WILLIAMSON  |  THURSDAY, 21 APR 2022
SMSF administrator Heffron has appointed a head of product, hiring from BT. Kate Sheringham has joined Heffron in the newly created role, moving on from BT where she spent the last six years as national manager, SMSF products. In the new role, Sheringham ...

Contango signs distribution deal, flags rebrand

JAMIE WILLIAMSON  |  THURSDAY, 21 APR 2022
Contango Asset Management has entered into a distribution agreement with a newly launched private credit manager launched by the former chief investment officer of Merricks Capital. It has also signalled its intention to rebrand. Woodbridge Capital ...