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|... NAB, CBA and Chase Manhattan Bank. In early November, former UBS fund manager Chris Baylis, billionaire investor Alex Waislitz and ASX-listed cash platform Cashwerkz teamed up to launch a new boutique named Fortlake Asset Management. Fortlake k icked ...|
|... original offer of 40 cents per share. The sale price was unsuccessfully challenged by OneVue's largest shareholder, the Alex Waislitz owned Thorney companies, but eventually got the shareholder approval. Following the acquisition, OneVue's founder ...|
|Alex Waislitz's Thorney Technologies LIC which invests in tech companies has attracted investment from New York's Woodson Capital Management. TEK conducted a $27 million placement to institutional, professional and sophisticated investors, as a part ...|
|Former UBS fund manager Chris Baylis, billionaire investor Alex Waislitz and ASX-listed cash platform Cashwerkz have teamed up to launch a new funds management businesses. Fortlake Asset Management is offering four funds, across retail, wholesale and ...|
|OneVue shareholders approved Iress' offer yesterday. Alex Waislitz will still walk away with $22 million, while Connie McKeage's family investment vehicle will see a $15 million payday. Yesterday's poll was to approve Iress's revised ...|
|... shareholder is encouraging others to vote against the proposed scheme of arrangement with Iress. OneVue is referring to Alex Waislitz, whose companies under the Thorney umbrella have voted against the deal and encouraged other shareholders to do the ...|
|Alex Waislitz is running a fine-toothed comb over the independent valuation OneVue board cited in endorsing Iress's 43 cents per share bid to acquire the company. His Thorney companies have 18.35% interest in OVH, have already voted against accepting ...|
|The billionaire investor is set to ask OneVue shareholders to bid against Iress's revised offer for 43 cents per share, ahead of a shareholder vote on October 9. Iress yesterday upped it June 1 offer of 40 cents to acquire OneVue to 43 cents. But the ...|
|... elicited dissatisfaction from one of its largest shareholders and sell-side analysts. On June 11, billionaire investor Alex Waislitz, whose Thorney listed companies own shares in OVH, said: "...we don't think the price on the table is yet sufficient ...|
|A Sydney boutique has picked Iress's portfolio system for its high-conviction Australian equities funds. Quest Asset Partners has been using Iress's trading and market data software since the firm's inception in 2004. It will now also use Iress's portfolio ...|
AIA Australia's newly launched advice business has named a chief executive to lead its efforts, as the life insurer brings some Commonwealth Financial Planning advisers into the fold.
Yesterday's Standing Committee hearings on financial advice suggested the corporate regulator and industry superannuation funds are the only ones benefiting from increasing costs.
The superannuation startup geared at self-employed workers is looking to raise $1.5 million, as it sets it sights on 60,000 members in five years.
The Australian Financial Complaints Authority (AFCA) has made changes to its procedures to weed out complaints where the consumer didn't really suffer any financial harm.
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