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|... and half years restructuring the organisation and its operational capacity. According to Blue Sky executive chair Andrew Day, Cann's experience with "rebuilding" businesses will prove important in the troubled firm's next phase. "We are confident that ...|
|... fall out saw the managing director Robert Shand, chair John Kain CFO Matthew Whyte leave the company. It appointed Andrew Day as its executive chair on 26 November 2018, and Cheryl Edwards, John McDonald and Robert Kaye as independent, non-executive ...|
|... Investments at an AGM that also saw the announcement of a new stakeholder in the business to accelerate its rebuild. Andrew Day will succeed John Kain as chair of Blue Sky, with Kain to step down at the end of this week. However, Kain has been re-elected ...|
|... executive of Hastings Funds Management. Hastings chairman Brian Scullin has confirmed that current chief executive Andrew Day will leave the business at the end of September, naming Hastings board member Terry Winder as his successor. Effective 1 October ...|
|... undisclosed amount. Hastings will target infrastructure debt investments in OECD countries. Hastings chief executive Andrew Day said he anticipated the DBJ relationship will expand over time, adding: "This marks another important milestone in Hastings' ...|
|... investment director infrastructure, James Fraser-Smith, resigned after a 10-year tenure. Hastings chief executive Andrew Day said the group had conducted a review of the market and is pleased with the refreshed team's ability to run UTA - a fund with ...|
|... commitment for both debt investment vehicles is JPY25 billion, or approximately AS$250 million. Hasting chief executive Andrew Day said: "SuMi Trust is Hastings' first Japanese client. We are very pleased to have established an investment relationship ...|
|... pipeline that will exist in Australia as the Government accelerates its privatisation agenda." Hastings chief executive Andrew Day said of the changes: "Hastings is keen to broaden its investment vehicles to represent a more flexible approach to infrastructure ...|
|... competitors to secure a 98-year lease to operate the Port of Newcastle. Commenting on the deal Hastings chief Executive Andrew Day said: "We believe we are the first infrastructure investor to successfully conduct a major Australian infrastructure transaction ...|
|... long-term investors but we do not ignore the market and will move to maximise value." The group's chief executive officer Andrew Day said proceeds from the sale would be used to expand further into the North American market in line with the firm's global ...|
Sargon Capital's liquidators are looking for extra funding to dig deeper into the company's transactions, potential claims and the possibility of a dividend payment to creditors.
iShares today listed two exchange traded funds on the ASX that invest in Australian corporate bonds.
A survey of 110 pension funds, endowments, foundations, sovereign wealth funds and insurance companies worldwide has revealed the new priority position ESG is taking in asset allocation.
Investec has established a postgraduate research scholarship with the University of Sydney Business School; in a move that it says will benefit the future finance workforce in Australia.
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