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Hannover reverses out of group insurance
KANIKA SOOD  |  TUESDAY, 1 DEC 2020
More than 10 superannuation funds could soon be looking for a new group life insurer, as Hannover Re reverses out of the segment to focus on reinsurance. The German insurer currently has insurance mandates for large superannuation funds like Equipsuper ...
New fund to invest in AI companies
KANIKA SOOD  |  TUESDAY, 1 DEC 2020
A Melbourne boutique has launched a thematic fund that invests in businesses delivering artificial intelligence (AI) solutions. NextGen Funds Management's AI Technology Fund will invest in debt or equity in AI businesses in startup to pre-IPO life stages. ...
S&P to buy competitor for $60bn
KANIKA SOOD  |  TUESDAY, 1 DEC 2020
S&P Global will spend about $60 billion in stock to buy data and analytics provider IHS Markit, with the two merging by 2021 end. S&P and IHS Markit have entered a definitive merger agreement that is unanimously approved by both their boards and are ...
Former Class Super chief joins regtech board
KANIKA SOOD  |  TUESDAY, 1 DEC 2020
An ASX-listed regtech has appointed a former chief executive of Class Super as a non-executive director. Rajarshi Ray is joining the board of Kyckr, which offers know-your-client and solutions to financial services firms and other regulated businesses. ...
Praemium develops relationship with US platform
KANIKA SOOD  |  MONDAY, 30 NOV 2020
The ASX-listed platforms business has added to its holding in an American platform for alternative funds. Qualis Capital's platform offers sophisticated investors funds in private equity, real estate, private debt and hedge funds. In May, Powerwrap ...
New multifamily real estate fund
KANIKA SOOD  |  MONDAY, 30 NOV 2020
A new fund that will invest in $223 million worth of American multifamily assets is pitching to Australian investors. Domus's Multifamily Real Estate Fund (Domus IV) will invest in three assets in Nashville, Tennessee and Phoenix. It includes multifamily ...
Challenger seeks new life chief executive
KANIKA SOOD  |  MONDAY, 30 NOV 2020
Challenger is searching for a new chief executive for its life business, as the incumbent moves to a new role in its group leadership team. Chris Plater has been the life business' chief executive for four years, when he took over the role from ...
AMP Capital drops fees on listed property fund
KANIKA SOOD  |  FRIDAY, 27 NOV 2020
AMP Capital has dropped the management fee its $126 million Listed Property Trusts Fund by 18 bps. The fund, which invests in REITs and stocks of real estate related sectors, is dropping from 0.97% per year in management fees to 0.79% per year. The ...
FPA announces 2020 award winners
KANIKA SOOD  |  THURSDAY, 26 NOV 2020
An adviser from Western Australia has won the FPA Certified Financial Planner Professional of the year award, as the association announces its 2020 award winners. Zacary Leeson of HPH Solutions took home the award as an acknowledgment to positive impact ...
Should remote employees be paid less?
KANIKA SOOD  |  THURSDAY, 26 NOV 2020
Over a quarter of US employers say they plan to pay employees based on the location of remote workers for all jobs in 2021. Willis Towers Watson surveyed 344 organisations in North America with 4.83 million employees between October 6 and 21. About ...
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