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|Former Ausbil microcap managers Tony Waters and Chris Prunty have come out on top of Mercer's Australian Shares Investment Manager Performance ranking, after their QVG Capital Long Short fund returned 29.3% for the year. Hyperion Australian Growth and ...|
|... administration and custody services for its flagship fund, the QVG Capital Opportunities Fund. QVG Capital is managed by Chris Prunty and Tony Waters, formerly of Ausbil, who together have more than 30 years' experience in the Australian listed small-cap ...|
|Former Ausbil small-cap managers Chris Prunty and Tony Waters have launched their flagship QVG Opportunities Fund. Through the fund the duo, who left Ausbil to start their own funds management firm QVG Capital, will invest in listed Australian companies ...|
|... success of the new microcap fund," Beaumont added. Separately, Ausbil's former micro-cap fund managers Tony Waters and Chris Prunty spoke to Financial Standard last week about their new funds management firm, QVG Capital.|
|The former managers of Ausbil's microcap team have started their own funds management firm. Tony Waters and Chris Prunty - who abruptly left Ausbil last month - have established QVG Capital with a view to officially launch in September. The firm's name ...|
|... Fund suspended all applications and redemptions following the departure of its portfolio managers. Tony Waters and Chris Prunty left the fund manager last week, citing lifestyle reasons. At the time Ausbil said the MicroCap Fund remained open to new ...|
|... Ausbil Investment Management bid farewell to the portfolio managers of its MicroCap strategy. Both Tony Waters and Chris Prunty have left the firm for lifestyle reasons, taking up an opportunity to manage family money and private assets. Co-head of equities ...|
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The chief commercial officer and head of communications and marketing officer at Iress have announced their resignations.
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Commonwealth Bank has ditched its 90-year-old Dollarmites program after the state governments' banning of school banking schemes.
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BT has identified the cause of its $147 billion platform being down for a week, with new chief executive Matt Rady making assurances for the future.
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The life insurer appointed a general manager, product and proposition, hiring from MetLife.
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