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|... advanced stages of due diligence to merge with First State Super t o create a $120 billion entity, and PwC partner David Coogan who has advised on merger transitions. "It is always a merger of equals, we know that. But someone pays. And who pays - is ...|
|... period. They are things to be considered, but there are not too many transaction costs to add to that," PwC partner David Coogan said. Stamp duty on property assets Combining property assets of two merging super funds may prove hard and the treatment ...|
|... Group, Greg Bright - Managing Director at Binalong Advisory Services, A Jeff Bresnahan - Chairman at SuperRatings and David Coogan - Partner at PwC. Supporting the event were Commonwealth Bank (primary sponsor) and sponsors Challenger, SS&C, Ernst & ...|
|... panel, which includes Greg O'Neill (La Trobe Financial), Chris Page (Rainmaker), Jeff Bresnahan (SuperRatings), David Coogan (PwC), Neil Cochrane (Chairman of FEAL) and Greg Bright as Awards panel Chair. "Joining forces with FEAL was the right partnership ...|
|... Greg Bright; Christopher Page, Chief Executive of Rainmaker; Jeff Bresnahan, Managing Director of SuperRatings; David Coogan, Partner PwC; Christina Liosis; and Greg O'Neill CEO of La Trobe Financial. The finalists and ultimate Award winners will be ...|
|... O'Neill (La Trobe Financial), Christopher Page (Rainmaker and Financial Standard), Christine Liosis (Telstra Super), David Coogan (PricewaterhouseCoopers) and Jeff Bresnahan (SuperRatings). For information on the Awards contact Caterina Nesci on firstname.lastname@example.org ...|
|... Christopher Page (Rainmaker and Financial Standard), Jeff Bresnahan (SuperRatings), Christina Liosis (Telstra Super) and David Coogan (PwC). Fund staff and trustees wishing to attend the function should contact Caterina Nesci on (03) 8610 2842 or cne ...|
Following its acquisition of a stake in Escala Partners, New York-based Focus Financial Partners is set to buy a slice of Melbourne-based MEDIQ Financial Services.
With the coronavirus, now dubbed COVID-19, impacting not only many lives, but now also the bottom line of some of the world's biggest companies, investors are chasing shorting opportunities to bank big on the pandemic.
A former chair of the SMSF Association has returned for another stint in the top job.
The chief executive of a $5.5 billion industry superannuation fund has spoken out against increasing the superannuation guarantee to 12% in a submission to the Retirement Income Review.
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