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|... fund in December 2010, this review helps position our product suite for the next decade," BetaShares chief executive Alex Vynokur said.|
|... the last 10 years, choice has been good for investors and ETFs open up investment possibilities like never before, Alex Vynokur, co-founder and chief executive of BetaShares said. It's important to note that the ETP industry in Australia is not the ...|
|... with the remaining $200 million thanks to a rise in value of global technology stocks. BetaShares chief executive Alex Vynokur said the ETF manager was excited that the fund had achieved such a significant milestone. "Technology has been a key driver ...|
|... 30 where it took out the number one spot again after receiving flows of $130 million. BetaShares chief executive Alex Vynokur told Financial Standard the $2 billion cash ETF is popular with advisers that are de-risking portfolios and allocating more ...|
|... and our job as a fiduciary is that even remote risks have a risk management strategy," BetaShares chief executive Alex Vynokur said. OOO is now the worst-performing of all ASX-listed ETFs at -73.1% return year to date, as at July 24. It raked up significant ...|
|... said to be eligible, bonds must have a remaining term to maturity of more than 20 years. BetaShares chief executive Alex Vynokur said in previous share market downturns, government bonds historically have tended to rise in value "We are excited to be ...|
|... into hedged international products, coinciding with further Australian dollar weakness. BetaShares chief executive Alex Vynokur said: "During this challenging period, the extraordinary rise in ETF trading volumes indicates that Australian investors are ...|
|... currently manages mostly in-house and has been running for about a month, according to BetaShares chief executive Alex Vynokur. "It's a big positive because the investors [in the old fund] have significantly topped up their investments," he said. BetaShares ...|
|... equities is over. So, Financial Standard checked back in with Simon Doyle, head of fixed income at Schroders, and Alex Vynokur, chief executive at BetaShares, for their updated thoughts now that the market has changed. "I've always found it a bit frustrating ...|
|... doubling their assets to about $551 million at Monday's market close, according to BetaShares chief executive Alex Vynokur. "In the past month or so, we have seen a very, very significant increase in their usage. Trading volumes are 30 times higher ...|
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BlackRock will push companies to disclose plans for their transition to a net-zero carbon economy, chief executive Larry Fink stated in his annual letter to company leaders
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The $171 billion sovereign wealth fund increased its cash position to 19.8% or about $34 billion, as it reports a positive year for returns ending December.
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IFM Investors has made a EUR 5 billion offer for a 22% stake in Spanish energy company Naturgy Energy Group.
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Corporate watchdog ASIC was hit with a cybersecurity breach on January 15 that has potentially exposed personal information.
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