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|... strategy." In September 2018, IOOF announced it would sell AET's corporate trustee business to Sargon (now Certes Corporation and under a new owner) for $51.6 million. The business contributed $1.1 million to IOOF's underlying NPAT in 2018. IOOF ...|
|... CCSL were previously owned by Sargon, which went into administration early this year. Sargon was rebranded to Certes Corporation in June. Diversa provides trustee services to 23 APRA-regulated super funds with more than $8 billion of assets under management. ...|
|... previously owned by the now-defunct Sargon, which went into administration early this year. Sargon was rebranded to Certes Corporation, led by Marcus Price who became the group's chief executive and managing director after working as a strategic ...|
|... January and then liquidation. OneVue this morning also updated on sale of Sargon operating businesses to now, Certes Corporation. The court mediation is scheduled for August 19 and parties making a claim have to file and file their reply evidence by ...|
|... has previously sought), and faced no disruptions as Tidswell Financial Services changed hands from Sargon to Certes Corporation. He also says he the fund is not pressured by APRA heat maps and merger pressures and remains strongly supported by existing ...|
|... Sargon's operating businesses have announced its new executive and board lineup and will rebrand it to Certes Corporation, leaving behind the Sargon brand. Former PEXA chief Marcus Price will move into the role of group chief executive and managing ...|
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