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ASIC consults on FSCP sittings

KARREN VERGARA  |  TUESDAY, 1 MAR 2022
ASIC is seeking feedback on how and when the Financial Services and Credit Panel should convene when addressing financial adviser misconduct. Under the newly released Consultation Paper 359 Update to RG 263 Financial Services and Credit Panel, the corporate ...

CSC turns 100 years old

KARREN VERGARA  |  TUESDAY, 1 MAR 2022
The Commonwealth Superannuation Corporation, one of Australia's longest running funds with $58 billion in assets under management, celebrates its 100th year anniversary in 2022. The CSC launched as the Superannuation Fund Management Board (SFMB) in ...

Link Group hires general manager for transformation

KARREN VERGARA  |  TUESDAY, 1 MAR 2022
Link Group appointed a general manager of services and transformation for its retirement and superannuation division. Jane Morwick takes on the new role at the ASX-listed firm, responsible for delivering retirement and superannuation solutions for Link's ...

Magellan loses more investors, FUM slumps

KARREN VERGARA  |  MONDAY, 28 FEB 2022
Investors continue to abandon Magellan Financial Group as funds under management currently dip below $80 billion. Some $18.3 billion disappeared from the ASX-listed fund manager between December 2021 and February 23, as total FUM now sits at $77.2 billion. ...

Coterie invests in wealth platform

KARREN VERGARA  |  MONDAY, 28 FEB 2022
Coterie Capital has invested in a wealth management platform that has grown to $10 billion in funds under administration. Coterie allocated an undisclosed stake in Integrated Portfolio Solutions and established a dedicated fund that solely houses the ...

Value strategy drags Clime's performance

KARREN VERGARA  |  MONDAY, 28 FEB 2022
Clime Investment Management's value and quality-based investing strategies pushed the group's performance well into the red in the half-year to December. The ASX-listed firm reported a $282,344 loss in investments, assets which were worth significantly ...

EM investors brace for geopolitical impact

KARREN VERGARA  |  FRIDAY, 25 FEB 2022
Russia's shocking attack on the Ukraine has far-reaching implications for emerging markets investors. Franklin Templeton's emerging markets team said it is "monitoring developments very closely, with the twin goals of being risk-aware and prioritising ...

Mirae to launch local ETF suite

KARREN VERGARA  |  FRIDAY, 25 FEB 2022
Mirae Asset Global Investments will make a big play for the local exchange-traded fund market, confirming it will launch a suite of products before the end of the year. The US$229 billion Korean asset manager is due to launch Global X, an ETF specialist ...

FSC board adds Challenger chief

KARREN VERGARA  |  WEDNESDAY, 23 FEB 2022
The Financial Services Council added the recently appointed chief executive of Challenger to its board. Nick Hamilton joins colleague Michelle Taylor, Challenger chief executive for people, corporate affairs and strategy, who was nominated to the board ...

Cannon-Brookes invests in renewables transition

KARREN VERGARA  |  WEDNESDAY, 23 FEB 2022
Mike Cannon-Brookes continues to make a play for the sustainable investing sector, injecting $200 million into an initiative that will help accelerate the nation's renewable energy transition. The Cannon-Brookes-backed Grok Ventures allocated the ...