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|... investment fees Monaghan also touched on comparisons often drawn between Australian industry funds and those in Netherlands and Denmark. Industry funds charge 1.05 per cent on average, of which 0.67 per cent goes to investment management costs. By contrast ...|
|... 1,304 171 264 44.0 AAA 7. Austria 827 101 191 58.8 AAA 8. Portugal 485 45 190 64.2 A+ 9. France 5,001 78 168 67.0 AAA 10. Denmark 589 107 159 21.8 AAA 11. Germany 5,250 63 138 62.6 AAA 11. Spain 2,313 57 138 37.5 AA+ 12. Greece 505 47 135 90.1 A- 13. ...|
|... 150 basis point reduction. The BOE Governor himself has discussed the possibility of zero interest rates a week before. Denmark's Danmarks Nationalbank reduced its benchmark rate by 75 basis points to 4.25 per cent. Sweden's Riksbank switched into overdrive ...|
|... (BoE) produced the mother of all rate cuts. Last week central banks in Australia, South Korea, India, Czechoslovakia, Denmark, Switzerland and the Eurozone all cut interest rates by between 25 and 75 basis points. But the Crocodile Dundees at the BoE ...|
|... Germany, France, Italy and Spain - are also on the brink. The UK - a non-member - is edging closer to a recession while Denmark (another non-member nation) fell into recession earlier in the year. Japan -- also one quarter away from a technical recession ...|
|... measured indicated a boost in returns in the same period, with only slight losses posted by Finland (-1.34 per cent) and Denmark (-0.21 per cent). The month of April also saw lower volatility in the markets, noted S&P's. Meanwhile, investor confidence ...|
|... & Pensions. In addition, JPMorgan will provide depository services to in-country mutual funds via Nordea's branches in Denmark, Finland and Norway. As a result of the deal, Nordea's marketing relationship with The Bank of New York has ended. Conrad Kozak ...|
|... retirement provision." A study of 47 countries by Mercer has found the UK is raising its retirement age to 68, Singapore and Denmark is increasing theirs to 67, Japan, South Korea, Austria, Belgium to 65, India to 60, Hungary to 64, and Italy to 61. ...|
|... they turn 65." While the move may seem drastic, it's already happening in other countries like the US, the UK, Germany, Denmark, Iceland and Norway, while Singapore is also likely to head the same way. Beyer acknowledged the shift could have political ...|
|... domestic companies are required to. Britain is presently studying the impact of higher corporate gearing on the tax take, Denmark is drafting legislation to make tax treatment of private equity more onerous and in the US consideration is being given ...|
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BlackRock will push companies to disclose plans for their transition to a net-zero carbon economy, chief executive Larry Fink stated in his annual letter to company leaders
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The $171 billion sovereign wealth fund increased its cash position to 19.8% or about $34 billion, as it reports a positive year for returns ending December.
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IFM Investors has made a EUR 5 billion offer for a 22% stake in Spanish energy company Naturgy Energy Group.
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Corporate watchdog ASIC was hit with a cybersecurity breach on January 15 that has potentially exposed personal information.
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