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|... closely with them to further grow the firm and achieve our strategic goals across the business," Wilsons chief executive Brad Gale said. "Craigs is a fantastic business in New Zealand and have been an excellent partner of ours over the last six years. ...|
|... capability led by Rob Snow we look forward to adding value to the corporate clients of the region," Wilsons chief executive Brad Gale said.|
|... years' experience following roles at JBWere, Goldman Sachs JBWere, JP Morgan and CBA Equities. Chief executive of Wilsons Brad Gale said: "The business has flourished since the restructure and we believe this validates the steps taken last year. We knew ...|
|... recently a director within Deutsche Bank's Equity Capital Markets team. Commenting on the ownership change, chief executive Brad Gale said: "We now have a structure that will allow us to build a partnership culture where our employee owners have a direct ...|
|... continue to provide services to one another. After the acquisition, Wilson HTM Securities and Advisory will be led by Brad Gale as chief executive and will be overseen by a board comprising employees, Deutsche Bank and Craigs. WIG managing director Sandy ...|
|... Wilson HTM said in response to a story in the Australian Financial Review. The group's head of private wealth management Brad Gale has been proposed as acting chief executive of the relevant entities of the Wilson HTM securities business. The transition ...|
|Wilson HTM Investment Group has appointed former JBWere managing director Brad Gale as new head of private wealth, tasked with growing the business division's reach. "Obviously Brad is a highly credentialed and experienced guy with a unique perspective ...|
|Brad Gale, head of JBWere's institutional wealth business and equity partner, has resigned from the company. JBWere confirmed to Financial Standard that Gale has left the firm after 11 years, although it is not known where he is heading to next. "We ...|
A former New South Wales Treasury Corp executive has joined the prudential regulator as head of investment risk.
MLC Life has been handed a new group insurance mandate from a retail superannuation provider.
Pinnacle Investment Management has made a $3 million cornerstone investment in OpenInvest.
The Federal Reserve is restricting the investing activities of policymakers and senior staff, including banning them from holding or trading individual stocks and bonds.
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