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Cashwerkz takes stake in boutique, plans rebrand

KANIKA SOOD  |  THURSDAY, 10 JUN 2021
ASX-listed Cashwerkz will pay $3 million in cash plus performance rights to buy a 25% stake in a boutique, as it also looks to rename the entire group. Tactical Global Management has been running since 1997 and provides tailored overlay solutions for ...

Boutique hires from Allan Gray

KANIKA SOOD  |  THURSDAY, 10 JUN 2021
A Melbourne credit boutique has hired Allan Gray's head of retail strategy, as it looks to fill capacity and launch new strategies. Alexander Funds Management appointed Chris Inifer as its head of distribution in a newly created role. Inifer is tasked ...

Dexus cornerstones Australian Unity healthcare raise

KANIKA SOOD  |  WEDNESDAY, 9 JUN 2021
Dexus is investing $180 million in an Australian Unity property trust, as it looks to tap into the latter's pipeline of healthcare property assets. The Australian Unity Healthcare Property Trust holds 67 properties and is valued at $2.3 billion. Dexus ...

Metrics adds three investment directors

KANIKA SOOD  |  WEDNESDAY, 9 JUN 2021
Private debt boutique Metrics Credit Partners has added three to its investment team, after acquiring a slice of Investec's Australian assets in March. Mathew Fulton, Marc Hurwitz and are joining Metrics as investment directors. Both are former members ...

Hostplus holds on to MySuper top spot

KANIKA SOOD  |  WEDNESDAY, 9 JUN 2021
Hostplus remained the best performing single-strategy MySuper option in the year ending April, as superannuation's rebound continued. The Rainmaker MySuper Index returned 18.7% in the 12 months to April. The month's returns were 70bps lower ...

CFAs not immune to pay cuts

KANIKA SOOD  |  TUESDAY, 8 JUN 2021
About 15% of CFAs working as investment professionals had a pay cut related to COVID-19, according to a new survey that says pay remained relatively resilient during the pandemic. CFA Institute surveyed 4600 investment professionals from its member ...

Super fee squeeze continues

KANIKA SOOD  |  MONDAY, 7 JUN 2021
Fifty-six superannuation products dropped their fees in the March quarter, according to Rainmaker Information's analysis of 475 product disclosure statements. Overall, 152 superannuation products updated their PDS's between January and March 2021. Of ...

BlackRock rejigs Aussie shares fund

KANIKA SOOD  |  MONDAY, 7 JUN 2021
BlackRock is changing the name and fees for the BlackRock Concentrated Industrial Shares strategy. Effective June 1, the fund was renamed to BlackRock High Conviction Australian Equity Fund. The strategy has about $700 million in total assets, of which ...

QIC managing director exits

KANIKA SOOD  |  FRIDAY, 4 JUN 2021
QIC's managing director of business development has left. Chris O'Connor spent about six years at QIC, where he was responsible for investor and asset consultant relations. His last day was May 21. "Chris was a valued member of the QIC team, and we ...

YFYS on its way to Senate

KANIKA SOOD  |  FRIDAY, 4 JUN 2021
The House of Representatives passed hotly-debated Your Future, Your Super bill last night, with Labor getting away with just one of the amendments on its wish list. Best Financial Interest Duty's proposal to give ministers the power to ban superannuation ...