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|... 1.1%). Meanwhile, mid-sized players like netwealth ($31.5bn up 35%) and HUB24 ($17.2bn, up 33.7%) posted gains of 30% or more. IOOF saw its business more than double after it acquired ANZ's masterfunds ($78.7bn, up 111.4%). Wraps continue to be the largest ...|
|... head of risk and transformation in 2016. Prior to that, Pryor was general counsel and company secretary for Vision Super. IOOF purchased MLC Wealth in August for $1.4 billion.|
|... period after seeking a forward-looking licensee to enhance the financial advice process. The firm was previously licensed by IOOF's Executive Wealth Management, which IOOF recently flagged would be closed in the coming months. "Count has invested heavily ...|
|... which had 11 and five products named respectively. In the "Fit Cat" category or the best-performing funds, UniSuper (7), IOOF (5) and AustralianSuper (4) rated highly in terms of the best value for money and performance. Among the balanced funds, AMP ...|
|... during this period have taken on average 3.3 business days; however, 95% of payments have been made within five business days. IOOF has the highest average payout in the government's scheme ($10,000), followed by Avanteos Investments ($9860) and Energy ...|
|... more Grow employees stepped aside in relation to the incident as an internal investigation into the matter was conducted. IOOF, which is a minority shareholder in Grow Super with a director on the board, said at the time charges were laid that it was ...|
|... reduce portfolio emissions intensity but were not aiming for net zero by 2050. A further 20% (including Colonial First State, IOOF, Nulis and OnePath) had no portfolio emissions reduction targets at all.|
|... looking forward generally there is pervading air of uncertainty." The retail funds that experienced significant increases were IOOF at 85.3%, Netwealth at 33.9% and HUB24 at 33.7%. Interestingly, the lowest increases were experienced by the top four ...|
|... Striver expects to place 240 students into financial services firms over the next 12 months and has already partnered with IOOF and its subsidiaries, Zurich, Netwealth, BT and Madison Financial Group. Striver chief executive and founder Alisdair Barr ...|
|Australian small-cap managers are blitzing league tables and outperforming most investment strategies during the global pandemic, Rainmaker research shows. Rainmaker's July Wholesale managed funds performance report reveals the best and worst fund ...|
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The corporate watchdog's executive director of wealth management has nabbed a promotion and will now assume the role of ASIC's executive director of financial services.
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New research has identified that urgent short-term need for money is the main driver for people withdrawing their superannuation savings under the COVID-19 ERS scheme.
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Westpac has agreed to pay a civil penalty of $1.3 billion in relation to its contraventions of the anti-money laundering and counter terrorism laws.
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Victorian Funds Management Corporation has welcomed a head of client and market development to its executive team.
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