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|... client. The funds management business' total FUM for the period dropped 1.2% to $58.9 billion. Challenger Investment Partners, which originates and manages fixed income and property assets for institutional investors and Challenger Life, saw FUM ...|
|... March 2015 and helped funds under management grow to more than $80 billion for two divisions: Challenger Investment Partners and Fidante Partners. Saines was previously a group executive at Commonwealth Bank's institutional banking and markets business ...|
|... Challenger's funds management arm is made of two units: Fidante Partners ($56 billion in FUM) and Challenger Investment Partners (about $19 billion in FUM). Together, they brought in $75 million in normalised net income. Performance fees collected at ...|
|... - a subsidiary of the Canada Pension Plan Investment Board - injected $500 million into a new Challenger Investment Partners (CIP) fund investing in middle-market commercial property lending. The fund is designed to provide alternative financing to owners ...|
|... equity manager Garelick Capital Partners. Overall, Challenger's investment arm (which also includes Challenger Investment Partners) boosted net flows by 22% to $3.9 billion in the half-year. More broadly, Challenger saw its normalised net profit rise ...|
|... O'Connor oversaw the development and distribution of investment products across two sub-businesses: Challenger Investment Partners and Fidante Partners. When O'Connor joined, chief investment officer Philip King explained in an investor update that "Brendan ...|
|... he oversaw the development and distribution of investment products across two sub-businesses: Challenger Investment Partners and Fidante Partners. Before that role, O'Connor was Challenger's chief financial officer, asset management and general manager ...|
|... quarter at $57.4 billion. In funds management, positive inflows across both Fidante Partners and Challenger Investment Partners of around $800 million in the quarter were offset by negative market movements. "On the Funds Management side of the business ...|
|... sales made up more than three-quarters of the final figure. The funds management arm comprised of Challenger Investment Partners and Fidante Partners recorded net flows of $7.7 billion. This is up from $2.1 billion as a result of "strong organic inflows ...|
|... (ASX). He will be in charge of a business with $53 billion in funds under management that includes Challenger Investment Partners and the Fidante Partners boutique incubator. Saines will replace Rob Woods, who has been appointed to the newly-created ...|
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