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|Christian Super's longstanding chief executive announced his resignation after almost a decade with the fund. Peter Murphy, who joined the faith-based fund in 2007, said that despite his departure he would continue to love and support the fund and the ...|
|... returns at least 5% in excess of inflation over a five year period. Insight director, Australia and New Zealand, Bruce Murphy said the rating adds to the firm's well-established reputation in Australia. "The Lonsec rating recognises Insight's solid track ...|
|... intention to now extend our institutional capabilities to the local intermediary network," Insight Australia director Bruce Murphy said. "We believe Insight's differentiated non-benchmark oriented approach to multi-asset and absolute return bond investing ...|
|... demand with three senior hires, including veteran BT Financial Group manager. Former BTFG head of key accounts Damian Murphy is joining YTML as principal consultant after 20 years with the company. Former Enzumo head of business solutions, Francis Cheung ...|
|... an individual senior corporate bond, with a low minimum investment required. XTB co-founder and chief executive Richard Murphy said access to corporate bond returns was important for OwnersAdvisory's users to build a diversified investment portfolio ...|
|... spectacularly wrong in the May 2015 UK elections and Brexit. And again, they did...spectacularly! Prevail, Trump did. It was Murphy's Law for Hillary. Something that could go wrong, went wrong. Was it her feinting spell, email-gate, over-confidence or ...|
|... Cameron's government won outright majority! And Donald is just two days away from becoming President Trump (maybe?). Remember Murphy's Law - if anything could go wrong, it will. While it still looks like a coin toss two-days before the US Presidential ...|
|... Hillary's "emailgate" so very, very close to the Presidential elections? Rising yields on US 10-year Treasuries? 'twas Murphy's Law - if anything can go wrong, it will - at its best for Mrs. Clinton. Just when it looks like she's just counting the days ...|
|... XTBs over bank bonds from the likes of ANZ, Macquarie and Westpac for the first time. Chief executive of ACBC Richard Murphy said the release reinforces the company's commitment to innovation and improving investor access to corporate bonds via the ASX. ...|
|... believes the solution is likely to appeal to SMSFs or investors and savers in the pension stage. ACBC chief executive Richard Murphy said the new XTB model portfolios have been launched to combat the growing adviser demand for a greater way of managing ...|
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Sargon Capital's liquidators are looking for extra funding to dig deeper into the company's transactions, potential claims and the possibility of a dividend payment to creditors.
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iShares today listed two exchange traded funds on the ASX that invest in Australian corporate bonds.
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A survey of 110 pension funds, endowments, foundations, sovereign wealth funds and insurance companies worldwide has revealed the new priority position ESG is taking in asset allocation.
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Investec has established a postgraduate research scholarship with the University of Sydney Business School; in a move that it says will benefit the future finance workforce in Australia.
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