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|... regional radio operator RG Capital in a move towards establishing a new unlisted Macquarie Bank media fund, the Sydney Morning Herald reported today. According to the report, Macquarie will purchase Reg Grundy's 56.3% stake in RG Capital, which operates ...|
|... slipped, but Australians are also cool on large tax cuts tipped for next month's budget, a new poll shows. The Sydney Morning Herald reports the ACNielsen poll shows support for Labor has dipped, but it is still ahead of the Coalition on a two-party ...|
|... considering a merger with its listed General Property Trust to form a group worth about $11 billion. The Sydney Morning Herald reported property analysts as saying Lend Lease was now under increasing pressure to follow the lead set last week by Westfield ...|
|... across Australia in the 2003/04 February quarter, according to a new report out today. The second quarterly Sydney Morning Herald Employment Forecast said the global economic recovery and a rebound in tourism should take some of the sting out of the ...|
|... costly even if interests rates rise only modestly. According to a Hawker-Britton UMR poll reported in The Sydney Morning Herald today, a 1 per cent rise in interest rates would leave a quarter of borrowers struggling to make their repayments. A two-percentage ...|
|... was satisfied that Platinum Asset Management was not responsible for an advertisement that appeared in The Sydney Morning Herald on May 28 that included out-of-date performance data indicating the manager was performing better than it actually was. "Due ...|
|... the backing of some of Australia's most prominent media figures, according to a report published in the Sydney Morning Herald today. Kerry Stokes and John Fairfax have decided to invest $20 million each in the venture, with New Zealand businessman Doug ...|
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Pendal Group has appointed a new chair in Deborah Page.
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The US $3.5 trillion asset manager State Street Global Advisors has released its annual proxy letter to portfolio companies, putting ASX-listed companies on notice.
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Former politician John Brogden has taken on a new role with Colonial First State.
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As the federal government released its draft plan to end violence against women and children, the superannuation industry is calling for action on financial abuse and control.
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