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Australia bottom of the class for portfolio disclosure
MARK SMITH  |  THURSDAY, 11 JUN 2015
... in portfolio disclosure. They are headed by India, but also including Brazil and South Korea. The Nordic countries of Denmark, Finland, and Norway also figure prominently. The United States, the largest fund market and one with a long history in PHD ...
No inflation but no growth either: Janus Capital
MARK SMITH  |  MONDAY, 27 APR 2015
... somewhere else." Chang, who chairs Janus Capital's investment committee, explained that negative real interest rates in Denmark, Switzerland and Germany are a clear sign that we live in unusual times and investors need to rethink their approach to fixed ...
Hockey sounds tax alarm bells
ALEX BURKE  |  THURSDAY, 9 APR 2015
... reliant on personal income tax and company income tax as a source of revenue - more so than any other OECD nation other than Denmark. He said it was particularly important to consider that in an increasingly globalised marketplace, relying on company ...
CFSGAM completes fundraising for European infrastructure fund
MARK SMITH  |  WEDNESDAY, 28 JAN 2015
... sectors (water, gas, electricity, broadcasting towers and transportation) and six countries (UK, Finland, Germany, Sweden, Denmark and Spain). The Fund's investor base is made up of 49 institutional investors of whom the majority are pension funds and ...
Central bank surprises
BENJAMIN ONG  |  THURSDAY, 22 JAN 2015
... Reserve Bank of India (RBI) lower its key interest rates last week. This week opened with the Danmarks Nationalbank - Denmark's central bank - surprise announcement of a 15bps reduction in its deposit rate to minus 0.2%. And to those speculating that ...
Australia's pension system second best in the world
JAMES FERNYHOUGH  |  TUESDAY, 14 OCT 2014
... score of 79.9%, Australia outperformed the Netherlands, Switzerland, Finland and Sweden in the index, and was just behind Denmark, which scored 82.4%. This represents a 2% rise from 2013, and puts Australia ahead of the Netherlands for the first time ...
Crime pays: Why new European GDP rules are causing a stir
MARK SMITH  |  FRIDAY, 13 JUN 2014
... Romania; 1%-2% for Czech Republic, Estonia, Ireland, Italy, Malta, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia and Spain; 2%-3% for Belgium, Denmark, Germany and France; 3%-4% for Austria, Netherlands and the UK and 4%-5% Finland and Sweden.
Australian pension fund growth outstrips global average
MARK SMITH  |  MONDAY, 9 SEP 2013
... five-year compound growth rate measured in US dollars over the period 2007 to 2012 of 13%, followed by Taiwan at 11%, Denmark at 9%, Mexico at 7% and Brazil at 5%. "Australian funds grew significantly last year. The driving factor was their relatively ...
Public pension liabilities add to eurozone debt woes
MARK SMITH  |  FRIDAY, 25 JAN 2013
... systems. "Countries with virtuous public finances in the Maastricht sense, such as for example, Sweden, Luxembourg or Denmark, are much less virtuous if their public pension commitments are taken into account, while the situation of countries such as ...
Australia ranks third in Global Pensions
LINDA HAUSKEN  |  MONDAY, 15 OCT 2012
... pension fund assets and a rise in the labour force participation rate amongst those aged 55-64. The results also showed that Denmark received an overall index value of 82.9, which makes it the first system to be classified as 'A' grade, moving the Netherlands ...
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