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|Aberdeen Standard Investments (ASI) has lost two of its executives with their roles being absorbed by the other team members. Former institutional director Andrew Heyden spent just shy of 15 years at ASI before departing the firm at the end of 2020. ...|
|Aberdeen Standard Investments (ASI) has announced a new chief executive to lead the Asia Pacific region. Rene Buehlmann has been named chief executive of APAC, effective 1 March 2021. Buehlmann will succeed Hugh Young, who is taking on a new role as ...|
|Aberdeen Standard Investments will stop offering Australian fixed income strategies, after a strategic reconfiguration of the business. The team is currently led by Garreth Innes as head of Australian fixed income, including a $180 million income fund ...|
|... increase gender diversity in the executive teams of the ASX200 companies. First Sentier was joined by Aberdeen Standard Investments, BlackRock Australia, Ellerston Capital, Fidelity International, IFM Investors, Pendal Group and WaveStone Capital.|
|... Sentier and added IFM Investors. In alternatives, it topped up Colchester Global Investors and cut Aberdeen Standard Investments. It also replaced AMP Capital as the manager of its $40 million balanced socially responsible option with Pendal Group's ...|
|Aberdeen Standard Investments has dropped the fees on its $180 million Australian fixed income fund. Effective November 1, the fund will go from charging 51 bps per year in management fees to 45 bps. "It is to ensure that we remain competitive. We recognise ...|
|... system that makes a difference. The Big Issue Group in the UK, with the help of fund managers like Aberdeen Standard Investments, AllianceBernstein, Columbia Threadneedle and Stewart Investors, has launched the platform offering more than 30 options ...|
|Aberdeen Standard Investments has named a former BlackRock executive to the newly created position of global head. Alex Hoctor-Duncan has been with ASI for two years as global sales director, prior to which he was at BlackRock for over 21 years, most ...|
|Aberdeen Standard Investments has appointed a new deputy head of Australian equities, after Michelle Lopez replaced Robert Penaloza as the head last year. Natalie Tam is moving into the role after 15 years on the team. She first joined Aberdeen as an ...|
|... who are committed to driving change and pledging to see women fill 40% of C-suite roles by 2030. Aberdeen Standard Investments, BlackRock Australia, Ellerston Capital, Fidelity International, First Sentier Investors, IFM Investors, Pendal Group and WaveStone ...|
IOOF expects to spend up to $32 million on paying out Buyer of Last Resort arrangements with financial advisers leaving its network, primarily from Bridges Financial Services.
Link Group is now exploring the possibility of listing PEXA despite recently flagging there was strong interest from other parties in buying the property settlement platform.
PIMCO has named a new lead for its Asia Pacific business as part of an executive shuffle announced overnight.
Even before the COVID-19 vaccine arrived in Australia, it was clear we were returning to pre-pandemic normality, and latest stats back this.
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