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|VanEck will launch a new global equities ETF that tracks 30 listed companies in the clean energy sector. VanEck said it expects the ETF to start trading on the ASX in the coming weeks, subject to regulatory approval under the ticker CLNE, for The VanEck ...|
|Equipsuper has merged with a corporate superannuation plan that will add $860 million of assets to the fold. The $16 billion superannuation fund will manage the retirement savings of Toyota Super's 5000 members. Toyota Super chair Rob Purcell said ...|
|Two industry superannuation funds will pool their assets to create a $61 billion trust, in a move that is set to be a better alternative to a merger. Touted as an industry first, Maritime Super and Hostplus today announced an asset-pooling partnership ...|
|Tasmania has retained its status for the fourth consecutive quarter of having the best-performing economy in Australia while NSW has slipped to its lowest rank in nearly a decade, CommSec research shows. In the stockbroker's latest State of the ...|
|The Investa Commercial Property Fund (ICPF) has entered a 50/50 joint venture with international financial services group Manulife to acquire an office building in Sydney from Macquarie for $800 million. Investa and Manulife have acquired the right ...|
|The Chinese yuan has seen a sharp appreciation, leading major Chinese news outlets to report that the government would be relaxing rules to make it simpler to settle the currency internationally. 'Twas less than one and a half years ago that the ...|
|... by UniSuper's Global Environmental Opportunities (40.6%p.a.), AustralianSuper's International Shares (14.6%p.a.), Equip MyFuture's Overseas Shares (14%p.a.) and Hostplus' International Shares (13%p.a.). UniSuper's Global Environmental ...|
|... Planning Association of Australia (FPA) and CoreData released a report Building Better Retirement Futures, which aims to equip advisers with solutions for retirees. Fidelity International head of client solutions and retirement Richard Dinham said as ...|
|Challenger will spend $35 million to buy Catholic Super's banking business, in a move that Bell Porter says could have more upside than suggested by the company this morning. Challenger and MyLife MyFinance have entered into an agreement with an expected ...|
|Of the almost 3500 stories penned this year, these are the stories the Financial Standard team feels defined 2020. The Financial Standard editorial team has written 3484 stories so far in 2020. It wasn't always easy either. Like most of you, we ...|
IOOF expects to spend up to $32 million on paying out Buyer of Last Resort arrangements with financial advisers leaving its network, primarily from Bridges Financial Services.
Link Group is now exploring the possibility of listing PEXA despite recently flagging there was strong interest from other parties in buying the property settlement platform.
PIMCO has named a new lead for its Asia Pacific business as part of an executive shuffle announced overnight.
Even before the COVID-19 vaccine arrived in Australia, it was clear we were returning to pre-pandemic normality, and latest stats back this.
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