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|... Channel after the November 2020 transaction. Channel recently set up a US multi-boutique business, partnering with Des Mac Intyre, the former chief executive of the US$613 billion Mellon Investments who left after parent BNY Mellon transitioned Mellon's ...|
|... Channel's third hire this year. It partnered with the former chief executive of the US$613 billion Mellon Investments, Des Mac Intyre, to start a new funds management incubator based in New York. It also started a Cayman Islands business, hiring Mark ...|
|... business platform - similar to Channel's Australian business. Channel's partner in the new US subsidiary is Des Mac Intyre, who was the chief executive and chair of the $613 billion Mellon Investments for three years, ending February. He was ...|
|... already have elsewhere within the business," BNY Mellon Investment Management chief executive of US asset management, Des Mac Intyre said. "Retaining EACM's institutional quality manager selection and asset allocation expertise in long-only strategies ...|
|... Francisco, Pittsburgh, London, Singapore and Hong Kong. Current chief executive of US Asset Management at BNY Mellon IM, Des Mac Intyre has been appointed as chief executive and chairman of the new business. BNY Mellon IM chief executive Mitchell Harris ...|
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Hostplus and Intrust Super have finalised their merger, as first reported by Financial Standard in May.
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A $2 billion industry fund has reduced its insurance premiums by more than 17%.
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Perpetual Asset Management Australia launched one active ETF and is gearing up to launch a second.
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La Trobe Financial has been fined for misleading investors in its $5 billion fund.
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