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|An analysis of the 273 mandate appointments in the year to September 2018 demonstrates the rise of ethical investing. Rainmaker analysis shows ethical or responsible investments were the fastest growing asset class in the 12-month period. Allocations ...|
|Bob Sahota's private debt fund has made its first close, attracting an investor base of superannuation funds, family offices and other sophisticated investors. The Revolution Private Debt Fund I announced a first close on Wednesday. A second close is ...|
|... $9.4 billion industry superannuation fund is stepping down. Frank Pegan is exiting his role as chief executive at Catholic Super after 17 years at the helm. Chief risk officer David O'Sullivan acts as chief executive while an international search ...|
|The $142 billion superannuation fund is trimming stocks in its default option, as it moves from a growth outlook to a more neutral one. Speaking at a members' forum in Sydney last night, AustralianSuper chief investment officer Mark Delaney said ...|
|As talks about a global recession grow louder, financial advisers and investors are repositioning their clients' nest eggs against a market crash or an economic slowdown. In the past fortnight, a JPMorgan quantitative model predicted a 60% chance ...|
|... for additional credit strategies in the super fund's 'Credit Income' investment option. "Australian Catholic Super has been concerned for some time that growth assets were 'priced to perfection' and had been looking for strategies ...|
|An international fund manager was awarded a sustainable, emerging markets equities mandate by an $8.5 billion industry superannuation fund. Following a review, the Australian Catholic Superannuation and Retirement Fund will invest an undisclosed amount ...|
|... did not fall short of community standards and expectations. Hodge recommended that another failed merger between Catholic Super (CSF) and the Australian Catholic Superannuation Retirement Fund (ACRF) did not constitute misconduct. CSF however, may have ...|
|... for members after finding executives were worried their roles were on the line. Talks of a serious merger between Catholic Super and the Australian Catholic Superannuation Retirement Fund (ACRF) dated back to October 2016, the Royal Commission heard ...|
|... Commission listed the companies and entities that will appear, including: AMP Super and NM Super (AMP) AustralianSuper Catholic Super Colonial First State (CBA) Electricity Supply Industry Superannuation (Energy Super) Hostplus IOOF Mercer NULIS (MLC/NAB) ...|
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A major Canadian pension fund is increasing its presence in Asia Pacific, establishing a new office focused on opportunities in Australia and New Zealand.
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AMP Capital is selling off its entire stake in a European provider of clean energy solutions for an undisclosed figure.
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Magellan Financial Group and Barclays have signed on as foundation investors in a new financial services firm which is launching with former Challenger chief Brian Benari as its chief executive.
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The government's early release of superannuation scheme has paid out $33.3 billion since its inception, with an additional $340 million disbursed over the week to September 13 alone.
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