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|The Rainmaker Group, publisher of Financial Standard and Money magazine, has added to its growing media portfolio with its acquisition of Industry Moves ( industrymoves.com ), Australia's leading publication on executive recruitment, leadership ...|
|... 5.8%. Equip is currently operating under an extended public offer (EPO) licence after entering a joint venture with Catholic Super.|
|... diligence process and sound each other out," Eastwood said. Earlier this year, Melbourne's Equipsuper merged with Catholic Super under an extended public offer , which allowed the merged fund to operate under a single trustee board while retaining ...|
|A $9 billion industry fund has hired its first ESG lead on its investment team as it ramps up efforts in the area. Australian Catholic Superannuation Retirement Fund has hired Louise Bradshaw from Eaton Vance who will be responsible for setting the ...|
|... Nicholas Vamvakas joined Cbus in August as the group executive for strategy and growth, shortly after Equipsuper and Catholic Super named a new chief executive for their joint venture. Equipsuper and Catholic Super created a $26 billion entity and combined ...|
|The $26 billion Equipsuper and Catholic Super joint venture has named its inaugural chief investment officer in preparation for an official merger. Anna Shelley has been appointed to the role, following last week's announcement that Scott Cameron will ...|
|Equipsuper and Catholic Super have appointed a new chief executive, after recently announcing they were joining forces to create a $26 billion joint venture. Scott Cameron, a senior executive with Computershare, has been appointed to lead Equipsuper ...|
|Alternatives managers continued to win the biggest slice of institutional mandates awarded in Australia in the year to March end, according to the latest Rainmaker Mandate Chaser report. Not-for-profit superannuation funds and investment managers handed ...|
|... members were the most satisfied with the financial performance. This was followed by CareSuper (67.6%), Cbus (67.6%), Catholic Super (67.3%), First State Super (66.8%), Macquarie (66.6%), HESTA (66.2%), Mercer (64.3%), AustralianSuper (63.9%), Hostplus ...|
|An industry superannuation fund has appointed IFM Investors to manage cash and term deposits, as a precursor to an ongoing relationship for its fixed interest assets. Australian Catholic Superannuation & Retirement Fund told Financial Standard it has ...|
A major Canadian pension fund is increasing its presence in Asia Pacific, establishing a new office focused on opportunities in Australia and New Zealand.
AMP Capital is selling off its entire stake in a European provider of clean energy solutions for an undisclosed figure.
Magellan Financial Group and Barclays have signed on as foundation investors in a new financial services firm which is launching with former Challenger chief Brian Benari as its chief executive.
The government's early release of superannuation scheme has paid out $33.3 billion since its inception, with an additional $340 million disbursed over the week to September 13 alone.
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