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|... PARI strategy is represented in Australian and New Zealand markets by GSFM. GSFM head of institutional business, Charles Levinge said the mandate will see the PARI strategy sit within Rest's absolute return asset class. "The key focus of the PARI strategy ...|
|... clients have now decided to invest in the US fund manager's absolute return fixed income offering. According to Charles Levinge from Grant Samuel Funds Management - Payden's representative in the Australian market - Energy Super's investment in PGIOF ...|
|... clients to tailor and customise portfolios to meet their specific objectives," GSFM head of institutional business Charles Levinge said.|
|... will not be replacing McIntyre's current role. Instead, head of retail Steve Fletcher and head of institutional Charles Levinge will report directly to McIntyre. McKinnon said the restructure is part of the business' long-term strategic plan, ensuring ...|
|... director of the compliance team. Osborne's appointment follows GSFM hiring a new head of institutional business, Charles Levinge, and a head of retail distribution, Stephen Fletcher, in March. Grant Samuel head of distribution Damien McIntyre said at ...|
|... institutional business and head of retail distribution. Taking on the newly-created institutional business role, Charles Levinge joins Grant Samuel from Franklin Templeton, where he was senior manager, institutional sales. Before that, he was head of ...|
|... office/IFA client segments. As a result Franklin Templeton has made three internal appointments to lead these roles. Charles Levinge has been appointed to lead the institutional segment which includes the servicing of corporate and public superannuation ...|
Victoria Funds Management Corporation has promoted a senior portfolio manager to head of equities, and hired from outside the company to fill the vacant role
The government's move to extend the ban on conflicted remuneration to listed investment companies and trusts is expected to provide financial advisers with some much needed certainty.
Aussie equities fund managers steadily improved in performance relative to benchmark from January to March, according to an updated SPIVA Australia Scorecard from S&P.
In the pre-pandemic world, there was a lot of talk around passive investment but now that the markets have taken investors on a rollercoaster ride, are the active managers leaving or just biding their time?
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