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Stewart Brentnall goes to BT
... consultants employed by BT. The group currently has in excess of $13 million invested with external managers including Putnam, BlackRock, Grosvenor and AEW. BT's head of product operations and customer relations Jason Yetton said "we are confident that ...
Morningstar retains weak rating for AXA's international 'growth-style' equity portfolio
... Alliance engaged in market timing activities, which along with alleged scams at other US firms, including Boston-based Putnam Investments, have rocked the US mutual fund industry. Alliance has reportedly provisioned $US 190 million ($A 263 million) to ...
Putnam scandal impacts BT ratings
The alleged market-timing scandal at Putnam, which has so far claimed the scalp of the chief executive officer and also resulted in two portfolio managers facing civil charges, continues to produce local fallout. At least one Australian ratings agency ...
ANZ advisers get hands on new OneAnswer offering: ahead of ING
... (Investment Portfolio, Superannuation and Allocated Pension). The new external managers are State Street, Investors Mutual, BT Putnam and Schroder. In tandem with existing external managers, they will offer the following new funds to investors: * UBS ...
BT rolls out Partner Funds to retail market
... teamed up with InTech to select fund managers to complement its existing funds, including international funds (managed by Putnam Investmnets), and in-house managed Australian funds. The Partner Fund includes five external single-manager share funds providing ...
Morningstar upgrades BT global equities, downgrades property
... rating from 'neutral' to 'negative.' The upgrade for international equities comes after Westpac's decision to appoint Putnam Investments as international equities manager following its acquisition of BT in October 2002. "Putnam has a rigorous, highly ...
Value managers maintain their edge as markets fall: InTech
... investors. Macquarie was the second best international shares manager (-3.3%), followed by Merill Lynch (-3.9%), Sagitta Putnam Growth (-4.0%), and Dresdner (-4.0%).
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