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|... been appointed to the FASEA board three months after the resignation of CountPlus chief executive Matthew Rowe. Hamilton Wealth managing director Will Hamilton has been appointed as a part-time director to the FASEA board, effective this week. Hamilton ...|
|... management as advisers with big books of client money choose to go the traditional way - through unlisted trusts. Hamilton Wealth Management, which advises on almost $500 million of client assets, says if an actively-managed fund that it currently uses ...|
|... Private Wealth executive has trimmed its allocations to Australian shares as it takes a bearish view on midcaps. Hamilton Wealth Management advises on about $500 million for high net worth clients. It took the decision to pull out 4% of this that was ...|
|... that they don't like them - they're not using a different form of investment; they're just not investing." While Hamilton Wealth Management chief executive Will Hamilton uses managed accounts (both IMAs and SMAs) for a similar proportion of his clients ...|
|... independence as a selling point with not-for-profit foundations, according to Will Hamilton, chief executive of Hamilton Wealth Management. Hamilton Wealth Management recently won its first mandate from a religious charitable foundation. Hamilton did ...|
|... from property spruikers and unscrupulous promoters of geared investment strategies within SMSFs, according to Hamilton Wealth Management's Ian Gillies. The Reserve Bank, Australian Taxation Office and Australian Securities and Investments Commission ...|
|... credit growth is recovering, but it's still at historic lows." The second half of 2013 what Will Hamilton of Hamilton Wealth Management called an "incredibly aggressive run on the big four. "I just couldn't believe how the banks had run as they did in ...|
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The earlier than expected easing of restrictions in Australia that defrosted social and commercial activity has had its desired effect - rebounding business conditions and confidence, and the feared one - a second wave.
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Around 300,000 Australians lodged their second application to access their super early at the start of the new financial year.
Spaceship chief executive Andrew Moore says its managed investments business has been the "single, strongest" source of growth for its $300 million superannuation fund.
Nine industry funds are working with Frontier Advisors to probe new longevity risk products for retiree members, which could include tweaking account-based pensions.
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