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|The Institute of Managed Account Professionals (IMAP) has announced the finalists of the 2019 Managed Account Awards. The awards cover single sector asset classes and multi-asset class programs with a range of risk profiles or other goal based objectives. ...|
|... half of last year were worth around $2.5 billion, a 4% increase on the sector's total funds under management. According to IMAP, the result is encouraging, given the sector faced difficulties on two fronts towards the end of 2018 - the Royal Commission's ...|
|... the expectation the solution will become mainstream in financial services, the Institute of Managed Account Professionals (IMAP) commented. While ASIC didn't elaborate on what the project entails, IMAP provided more detail. The project will commence ...|
|... More than $60 billion is held in managed accounts in Australia according to an Institute of Managed Account Professionals (IMAP) survey released yesterday. The sector grew 30% in the last year.|
|... discretionary account should have made other formal arrangements by now, but the truth is many are still lagging behind, according to IMAP chair Toby Potter. With the limited MDA changes taking effect on 1 October 2018, it's too late to apply for ...|
|... of the industry at its inaugural awards ceremony last night. Held at Sydney's Dockside at Cockle Bay Wharf, the 2018 IMAP Managed Account Awards covered three themes: asset classes, innovation and how well licensees integrated managed accounts into ...|
|... offering managed account products, the awards acknowledge the growing significance of managed accounts in financial advice, IMAP chair Toby Potter said. Managed account programs offered by advice firms are also an important development that should be ...|
|... of the platform market with 40% of the sector's growth due to organic netflows. The survey of 42 participating members of IMAP reinforces the dramatic impact managed accounts are having on the wealth management market. IMAP chair Toby Potter said managed ...|
|... Euroz selected HUB24 for its ability to integrate with the existing infrastructure underpinning their business. According to IMAP's recent managed account FUM census, the managed accounts sector now represents about $48 billion in funds, standing as ...|
|... to the likes of Facebook, Google and Uber if it is to meet the evolving expectations of clients. Speaking at the inaugural IMAP InvestTech conference in Sydney today, netwealth joint managing director Matt Heine said the advice industry is not thinking ...|
A new Sydney dealer group focused on Muslim clients is looking to hire up to 50 financial advisers in the next 12 months, as it nabs MSC Group's chief operating officer to lead the business.
Pengana Capital has appointed a US-based fund manager to its global equities assets, after Jordan Cvetanovski and Steven Glass's surprise walkout in March.
The exchange traded fund provider has established its first office in Auckland, New Zealand and has appointed a director to manage its adviser and institutional business across the ditch.
ASIC has confirmed it will not be recommending changing the label of 'general advice', after independent research commissioned by the regulator found such a move is unlikely to prevent consumer confusion.
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