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|... sovereign investors fell as equities posted strong gains. The results are from Invesco's Global Sovereign Asset Management Study conducted with 130 individual sovereign investors and central bank reserve managers across the globe representing $20.3 trillion ...|
|... increased from 29% to 33% in the year ending 2017. The results are from Invesco's sixth global sovereign asset management study. Invesco conducted face-to-face interviews with 126 individuals from sovereign wealth investors and central bank reserve managers ...|
|... to meet diversification and absolute return objectives, according to Invesco's latest Global Sovereign Asset Management Study. While Asian sovereign investor allocations to infrastructure did increase over the last three years, total allocations remain ...|
|... sharp drop in oil prices, rather than those in oil-producing emerging markets. Invesco's Global Sovereign Asset Management Study shows that the majority (80%) of North American sovereign investors surveyed, "who have emerged from state surpluses driven ...|
|... new allocations to alternative asset classes, figures from the second annual Invesco Global Sovereign Asset Management Study show. The study was conducted amongst more than 50 individual sovereign investors across the globe, representing US$5.7 trillion ...|
|... equity and hedge funds, according to a recent Invesco survey. The fund manager's annual Global Sovereign Asset Management Study revealed that 69% of the sovereign wealth funds surveyed reported increased exposure to international real estate over the ...|
AustralianSuper will introduce a new fee for MySuper members from April 2020 to offset the impact of the Protecting Your Super changes.
The alternatives assets data juggernaut is opening an office in Sydney, as it looks to expand its local client base and build its research coverage.
New Industry Super Australia research claims to show plans to make superannuation optional for low-income workers is nothing more than a tax grab.
A Brisbane boutique is winding up an Aussie equities fund, after an investor decided to redeem their money, representing roughly 60% of the fund's assets, just before Christmas.
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