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AMG Super rebrands divisions to cut costs
KANIKA SOOD  |  MONDAY, 11 JAN 2021
The $1.4 billion Brisbane retail superannuation fund will drop individual branding of two funds it acquired in 2018, as it aims to reduce expenses over next three years. AMG Super , which is partly owned by DDH Graham, has so far run the $140 million ...
360's plan for Evans Dixon
KANIKA SOOD  |  THURSDAY, 7 JAN 2021
360 Capital yesterday published details of plans for E&P Financial Group if its takeover attempt succeeds, including restructuring EP1 into two units and replacing its directors. 360 Capital yesterday filed a bidder's statement, following its revised ...
David Atkin joins ME Bank board
KANIKA SOOD  |  THURSDAY, 7 JAN 2021
Former Cbus Super chief executive David Atkin, who r ecently joined AMP Capital , has just added a board position at ME Bank. David Atkin joined the industry-fund-owned bank's board as a non-executive director on January 1, alongside Westpac's ...
MLC Life Insurance raises $650 million
KANIKA SOOD  |  WEDNESDAY, 6 JAN 2021
The insurer received a $650 million capital injection just before Christmas, as its majority owner Nippon Life sees the risk of MLC Life's "stagnant" business performance continuing beyond 2021. The raise includes $530 million in ordinary equity, priced ...
WTW appoints Australia segment head
KANIKA SOOD  |  WEDNESDAY, 6 JAN 2021
Willis Towers Watson has appointed a head for financial solutions for Australia and New Zealand, as it looks to expand its insurance products in the region. Lee Garvey will oversee the segment, which will develop products including credit and non-payment ...
Northern Trust wins First Sentier mandate
KANIKA SOOD  |  WEDNESDAY, 6 JAN 2021
The $219 billion global manager has appointed Northern Trust for middle-office outsourcing services, after it separated from Commonwealth Bank. First Sentier Investors' middle-office functions were handled by CBA subsidiary Colonial First State ...
MTAA Super awards scholarships
KANIKA SOOD  |  WEDNESDAY, 23 DEC 2020
The industry fund has awarded 15 scholarships to members and non-members to put towards further education in automotive and related industries. MTAA Super said the scholarships are worth up to $5000, with the total standing at $50,000 across 15 winners. ...
Challenger to buy industry-fund-owned bank
KANIKA SOOD  |  WEDNESDAY, 23 DEC 2020
Challenger will spend $35 million to buy Catholic Super's banking business, in a move that Bell Porter says could have more upside than suggested by the company this morning. Challenger and MyLife MyFinance have entered into an agreement with an expected ...
SuperConcepts appoints interim chief executive
KANIKA SOOD  |  WEDNESDAY, 23 DEC 2020
AMP's SuperConcepts has appointed its chief information officer as the interim chief executive after incumbent Lara Bourguignon resigned earlier this month. Grant Christensen moved into the role on December 18. He joined SuperConcepts in 2006 and has ...
Former adviser pleads guilty to theft, dishonesty
KANIKA SOOD  |  TUESDAY, 22 DEC 2020
A former financial adviser and company director will be sentenced on April 30 after pleading guilty to charges relating to mishandling of client money in an IPO. Keith James Flowers (formerly Nigel Flowers) pled guilty to one charge each of dishonesty ...
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