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|... teams or as senior analysts," Dunnin explained. That said, CareSuper, CBA Group Super, CSC, EquipSuper, HESTA and Catholic Super have female chief investment officers. "More women in investment teams illustrates the efforts many super funds have gone ...|
|... the boutique's inaugural fund which raised $200 million and had Australian Catholic Superannuation Fund and Catholic Super as investors. ACSRF is back again with an investment in the new fund. Other investors are understood to be private banks, not-for-profits ...|
|... former HESTA chief investment officer Robert Fowler. 6. Industry funds announce $26bn joint venture Equipsuper and Catholic Super announced they would form a joint venture to deliver scale benefits to their respective members. Over time, the two Melbourne-based ...|
|... Trust self-reported they had more than five dedicated responsible investment professionals. BT Superannuation, Catholic Super, Cbus, Christian Super, Commonwealth Superannuation Corp, Future Fund, Future Super, HESTA, Local Government Super, NZ Super ...|
|... distinct possibility, and would follow on the heels of the recently confirmed joint venture between Equipsuper and Catholic Super . The joint venture allows the two funds to retain their branding, but combines their investment pools, administration and ...|
|... ceasing. The joint venture between the two industry funds officially went ahead last month. The register showed Catholic Super had 30 advisers in total in July before shuttering. A spokesperson for Catholic Super explained that the fund has 11 advisers ...|
|... this model we have the flexibility to bring on additional funds." Those funds could keep their own branding, as Catholic Super has, or could merge. Cameron said that while the joint venture has resulted in some board retirements to get the joint trustee ...|
|... Equip is currently operating under an extended public offer (EPO) licence after entering a joint venture with Catholic Super.|
|... diligence process and sound each other out," Eastwood said. Earlier this year, Melbourne's Equipsuper merged with Catholic Super under an extended public offer , which allowed the merged fund to operate under a single trustee board while retaining ...|
|... Nicholas Vamvakas joined Cbus in August as the group executive for strategy and growth, shortly after Equipsuper and Catholic Super named a new chief executive for their joint venture. Equipsuper and Catholic Super created a $26 billion entity and combined ...|
Phil King's Regal Funds Management has returned money to external investors for one of its smaller funds, but will continue to run the strategy internally.
In a somewhat surprising move, banks are lifting some of their term deposit rates despite the Reserve Bank of Australia slashing the cash rate to an all-time low of 0.25% last week.
Pinnacle Investment Management's director of institutional sales is leaving the role for a $12.8 billion multi-boutique.
The major life insurer has confirmed several roles within its life insurance distribution team have been made redundant as a result of a restructure.
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