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Macq DDR chief executive resigns

CHRIS NICHOLLS  |  TUESDAY, 30 OCT 2007
Macquarie DDR Management chief executive Nick Ridgewell has resigned, effective November 9. Ridgewell will take a position as head of Asian property at Morley in Singapore. Simon Jones, co-head of Macquarie Real Estate Capital, has been appointed acting ...

Deloitte merges with analytics boutique

CHRIS NICHOLLS  |  MONDAY, 29 OCT 2007
Deloitte's Data Analytics group has announced it will merge with boutique data analytics firm Analytic Insight. The team of eight consultants based in Sydney and Melbourne will join an existing national practice of 70 at Deloitte. Deloitte chief executive ...

AMP reports bullish quarter

CHRIS NICHOLLS  |  MONDAY, 29 OCT 2007
Better Super and increased planner support has helped push AMP Financial Planning to $3.5 billion in inflows for the September quarter. Retail superannuation inflows also rose 77 per cent to $1.6 billion for the quarter. The Super Consolidation Account ...

Skandia appoints new tech services head

CHRIS NICHOLLS  |  MONDAY, 29 OCT 2007
Skandia has appointed former Perpetual executive Damian Hearn as technical services manager. Hearn was previously technical services manager for Perpetual Private Clients, a role he held since 2004. He also spent time working at Asgard Wealth Solutions ...

Euro PE due for bull run: Adveq

CHRIS NICHOLLS  |  FRIDAY, 26 OCT 2007
Europe could see more small or mid-size private equity buyouts in the near future, thanks to larger corporations repositioning and smaller businesses looking for succession solutions, according to European independent private equity fund of funds manager ...

AXA inflows stay strong after June 30

CHRIS NICHOLLS  |  FRIDAY, 26 OCT 2007
AXA Asia Pacific Holdings has posted 61 per cent net inflow growth for the September quarter for its Australian and New Zealand businesses, despite the passing of the June 30 cut-off for deposits up to $1 million. Over the nine months to September 30 ...

Rocketing small caps slow big cap funds

CHRIS NICHOLLS  |  FRIDAY, 26 OCT 2007
Strong small cap performance in the last three years has dragged down a large cap manager's performance relative to the index, according to data from research software provider Inalytics. The discovery came when a UK pension fund client asked Inalytics ...

ANZ reports $4.18bn profit

CHRIS NICHOLLS  |  THURSDAY, 25 OCT 2007
Australia and New Zealand Banking Group (ANZ) has announced a $4.18 billion profit for the year to 30 September 2007, with strong performance in funds management but mixed results in its institutional businesses. The results meant a profit increase ...

Goldman Sachs appoints senior investment manager

CHRIS NICHOLLS  |  THURSDAY, 25 OCT 2007
Goldman Sachs JBWere Asset Management (GSJBWAM) has appointed former AMP Capital executive Matthew Rey as senior investment manager of their Australian equities team. Rey was previously portfolio manager for AMP Capital's $2.5 billion Sustainable Future ...

CFS awards $450m portable alpha mandate

CHRIS NICHOLLS  |  TUESDAY, 23 OCT 2007
... a vote of confidence in their global fixed income capabilities, including absolute return and portable alpha strategies. Chris Molumphy, executive vice president and chief investment officer for Franklin Templeton's Fixed Income Group said, "Investors ...