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Rest extends State Street relationship
KANIKA SOOD  |  WEDNESDAY, 10 FEB 2021
The $59 billion industry fund has mandated its custodian State Street to streamline operations in its investment portfolio. Rest will implement Charles River Development Investment Management Solution (IMS) for in-house investments and 'whole-of-fund' ...
Ian Macoun sells $83m of Pinnacle shares
KANIKA SOOD  |  TUESDAY, 9 FEB 2021
Pinnacle's Ian Macoun sold $83 million worth of PNI shares yesterday, as the stock headed towards an all-time high after a strong first half result . Macoun's sale of PNI shares constituted 4.8% of the total stock on issue. The nine-million ...
Antares promotes on equities team
KANIKA SOOD  |  TUESDAY, 9 FEB 2021
MLC Asset Management's Antares Equities business has promoted a senior analyst to deputy portfolio manager on an ex-20 Australian equities fund. Winston Chong joined Antares' equities team in November 2019, after working at Gandel family office. ...
Sydney firm launches new venture capital fund
KANIKA SOOD  |  MONDAY, 8 FEB 2021
Sydney-based firm Healthcare Ventures is raising for a new fund that will invest in innovative Australian companies. The funds' partnership and fund manager board includes: healthcare investor and director Roger Allen, Australasian Institute of Digital ...
Wilsons starts Canberra office
KANIKA SOOD  |  MONDAY, 8 FEB 2021
The 125-year-old advice and stockbroking firm is establishing a Canberra office, as two financial advisers based in the region join from Elston. Tim Anderson and Richard Taylor have joined Wilsons' private wealth advisory team, which is headed by Paul ...
Kapstream wins JANA allocation
KANIKA SOOD  |  MONDAY, 8 FEB 2021
The $17 billion Sydney boutique has been appointed to a multi-manager fund from JANA. Kasptream will manage a portion of the JANA Short Maturity Diversified Debt Trust, which JANA offers to its implementation clients. "Kapstream's been fortunate to ...
What to expect from February reporting season
KANIKA SOOD  |  WEDNESDAY, 3 FEB 2021
On February 18, ASX-listed companies with a combined market cap of over $400 billion will release their results and sell-side analysts at Morgan Stanley are bullish. Morgan Stanley analysts recently upgraded their target for ASX200 from 6700 points ...
Euroz expecting spike in NPAT
KANIKA SOOD  |  WEDNESDAY, 3 FEB 2021
The West Australian diversified financials firm said it expects a 193% pcp increase in its unaudited net profit after tax to $25.1 million in the half ending December 2020. Underlying cash profits after tax were $10.9 million and non-cash (most of it ...
Australians Googling for advice
KANIKA SOOD  |  WEDNESDAY, 3 FEB 2021
Online searches for 'financial advice' by Australians increased by 18% last year to 14,800 in average monthly searches compared to 2019, according to Allan Gray research on search and engagement trends. Average monthly searches for 'financial advice' ...
Better inflows ahead for Perpetual, Pendal: MS
KANIKA SOOD  |  WEDNESDAY, 3 FEB 2021
Inflows at Perpetual and Pendal should improve this year, Morgan Stanley analysts said in a note on Australian asset managers, which has Platinum and Magellan at underweight. Morgan Stanley said asset managers are trading at group average 12-month forward ...
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