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QMV kicks off legal practice, appoints lead
KANIKA SOOD  |  TUESDAY, 8 OCT 2019
QMV is kicking off a new legal business aimed at future needs of superannuation trustees and has picked a former UniSuper lead as its managing partner. The consultancy firm currently works with about 25 superannuation clients. Recent work has been focused ...
Equity Trustees wins Colonial mandate
KANIKA SOOD  |  FRIDAY, 4 OCT 2019
Equity Trustees has cracked $100 billion in funds under supervision, after striking an agreement with Colonial Mutual Life Assurance Society effective October 1. Equity Trustees Limited is taking over as the trustee of $10.5 billion of CMLA's assets. ...
Fidante signs US alternatives manager
KANIKA SOOD  |  FRIDAY, 4 OCT 2019
An American fund manager has teamed up with Challenger's Fidante Partners to market its funds down under, as it sees Australian demand for alternative strategies rise. Los Angeles's Ares Management Corporation manages over US $142 billion across three ...
AMP Capital cuts retail fees on Aussie equities fund
KANIKA SOOD  |  THURSDAY, 3 OCT 2019
AMP Capital has almost halved the fees for the retail investors in its $680 million AMP Capital Equity Fund, bringing them at par with wholesale fees. The AMP Capital Equity Fund will charge 26 bps instead of 46 bps per annum in management fees. "AMP ...
Moelis eyes new private credit fund, appoints lead
KANIKA SOOD  |  THURSDAY, 3 OCT 2019
Moelis Australia has appointed a new managing director as it gears up to launch a new private credit fund. Oliver Trajcevski is joining the company from Dinimus Capital where he launched and managed three private credit funds with $400 million in total. ...
First Sentier launches funds, picks new RE
KANIKA SOOD  |  WEDNESDAY, 2 OCT 2019
First Sentier Investors has launched its inaugural batch of funds and has chosen a new responsible entity, after completing the sale from CBA. The firm will use Perpetual's The Trust Company as its new responsible entity for the first time with ...
MLC funds tone down return expectations
KANIKA SOOD  |  WEDNESDAY, 2 OCT 2019
MLC has informed investors that it expects lower returns for some of its funds, in light of "unusually low cash rates" and is cutting fees. MLC wholesale inflation plus portfolios are offered in three profiles: assertive, moderate and conservative. ...
Australia's best risk-adjusted MySuper option revealed
KANIKA SOOD  |  WEDNESDAY, 2 OCT 2019
Hostplus has the best three-year returns in default superannuation products but if risk measures are taken into account, another industry fund takes the top spot, according to new Rainmaker research. HESTA emerged as Australia's best risk-adjusted ...
Frontier veteran to depart
KANIKA SOOD  |  TUESDAY, 1 OCT 2019
The $380 billion asset consultant is bidding farewell to Fiona Trafford-Walker after nearly 25 years with the business. Trafford-Walker was appointed as Frontier's managing director in 2000 when it separated from Industry Fund Services and stayed ...
Glitch hits ASX-listed managed funds
KANIKA SOOD  |  TUESDAY, 1 OCT 2019
About 16 ASX-listed managed funds using internal market making were affected by a glitch in calculating their iNAV yesterday, Financial Standard understands. Issuers affected include Platinum Asset Management and Schroders. Quoted managed funds are ...
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