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|Neuberger Berman has launched a new emerging markets equity trust aimed at Australian institutional investors and has secured cornerstone investments from Intrust Super and Energy Super. The Australian-domiciled unit trust opens with around $100 million ...|
|Newly-licensed fund manager, Neuberger Berman Australia, has landed two mandates from HOSTPLUS and IOOF towards its global and emerging markets strategies. HOSTPLUS awarded Neuberger Berman a $90 million emerging markets equity mandate while IOOF has ...|
|... million mandate. The manager holds $4.32 billion, as at 1 February 2011. Global investment solutions fund manager Neuberger Berman picked up a $105 million mandate. Neuberger managed $190 billion, as at 31 December 2010. Meanwhile, US fund manager First ...|
|Neuberger Berman has agreed to acquire the businesses of Lehman Brothers Trust Company, N.A. and Lehman Brothers Trust Company of Delaware. Neuberger Berman Group which has approximately $194 billion in assets under management as of June 30, 2009, announced ...|
|Lehman Brothers subsidiary Neuberger Berman Management has put up its hand to be a part of the US Treasury Temporary Guarantee Program for Money Market Funds. The trustee board of bankrupt Lehman Brothers' asset management arm, along with all other ...|
|Neuberger Berman, a subsidiary of the now defunct Lehman Brothers, along with a huge slice of the parent company's asset management business has been sold for $2.7 billion to private equity giants Bain Capital Partners and Hellman & Friedman. The transaction ...|
|... potential buyers to sell its investment management division. However for fund manager and Lehman Brothers company Neuberger Berman, things are expected to be "business as usual" as the firm will not be subject to the bankruptcy case of its parent. It's ...|
The Association of Financial Advisers has appointed a new chief executive to replace Phil Kewin who resigned earlier this year.
The Federal Court will force BT Funds Management and Asgard Capital Management to pay $1.5 million each for charging fees for no service and making misleading statements.
Among the changes announced this morning, AMP is putting an end to all Buyer of Last Resort arrangements at the end of the year and giving advisers the freedom to leave the network with their clients from 2022.
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