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In-house investment management risky
ALEX DUNNIN  |  FRIDAY, 30 NOV 2012
... into a HR (human resource) risk, and internal managers are harder to terminate," said John Evans, associate professor at the UNSW Australian School of Business, speaking at the ASFA annual conference yesterday. David Hartley, chief investment officer ...
Eyes turn to monetary policy
MELANIE TIMBRELL  |  THURSDAY, 2 FEB 2012
... chief global economist for Principal Global Investors, Tim Harcourt, chief economist of Australian Global Economics at the UNSW Australian School of Business, Clifford Bennett, chief economist at White Crane Group, and Saul Eslake, chief economist at ...
Asia vital for Aus business: Harcourt
CLAIRE MCGREAL  |  THURSDAY, 2 FEB 2012
... Forum in Sydney and Melbourne this week. Speaker Tim Harcourt, chief economist for Australian and Global Economics at the UNSW Australian School of Business, said China, South East Asia and increasingly India, remain extremely important for Australian ...
AFS prepares for FOFA with new hire
RACHEL DAVIS  |  THURSDAY, 8 SEP 2011
Australian Financial Services Group has appointed a regional manager for NSW & ACT who will also lead their FOFA ready program. Australian Financial Services Group (AFS Group) has appointed Richard Liverpool to the position of regional manager for NSW ...
Alpha puts its money where its mouth is
RACHEL DAVIS  |  MONDAY, 16 MAY 2011
... when investing in the Australian and international sharemarkets. Professor Bob Deutsch -KPMG Professor of Taxation, ATAX UNSW will provide a blueprint of the "do's" and "don'ts" for geared investors and clear up areas of uncertainty for both clients ...
Smarter annuities can plug retirement savings gap
MATT WOODINGTON  |  THURSDAY, 10 FEB 2011
... issue but more needs to be done in the area. Evans, deputy director of the Centre for Pensions and Superannuation at the UNSW Australian School of Business, is critical of the government for 'waiting for a disaster to happen' when it comes to the current ...
RSPT is govt trying to pick winners: academic
ALEX DUNNIN  |  THURSDAY, 20 MAY 2010
... academic. Professor Neil Warren from the Australian School of Taxation at the University of New South Wales was reported in the UNSW Australian School of Business' Knowledge podcast that part of the problem with the RSPT is that it is being pitched as ...
HFA appoints non-exec director
COMPANY RELEASE  |  MONDAY, 19 OCT 2009
... to 5 directors. Bill O'Neill has over 40 years' corporate finance experience. He holds a Masters degree in Commerce from UNSW, is a Fellow of CPA Australia and an Associate of FINSIA. His previous roles include senior corporate finance positions at HSBC ...
Too many choices, too many fees: academic
ALEX DUNNIN  |  WEDNESDAY, 14 OCT 2009
... the interests of members," said professor John Evans, deputy director of the Centre for Pensions and Superannuation at the UNSW Australian School of Business. Evans said the high level of choice being imposed on fund members comes at considerable opportunity ...
AFS hires Unsworth as regional manager
COMPANY RELEASE  |  TUESDAY, 22 SEP 2009
Australian Financial Services (AFS) has hired former KBC Asset Management executive, Meaghan Unsworth as regional manager for New South Wales and Australian Capital Territory. Unsworth previously worked at Macquarie, Count, Colonial First State and ...