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|... appointed Sarah Brennan as chief executive, replacing Michael Blomfield who left in September to join the executive team at Iress. She joins from BMFS Consulting where she has held the role of managing director for almost five years. Brennan brings more ...|
|... and digital. She brings close to 20 years' experience in financial services, having also previously held roles with Iress, Macquarie, APRA and AMP. Zurich said she is well placed to lead Zurich's proposition development and design, as it responds ...|
|... functionality on the Praemium platform is helping financial advisers on-board clients more efficiently. Praemium's integration with Iress' financial planning software Xplan enables advisers to initiate new applications more seamlessly. The new functionality ...|
|... shareholder vote and court approval to the scheme of implementation. "The completion of this strategic acquisition of OneVue by Iress marks an historic moment and welcomes in a new era of further growth and the acceleration of the strategy. The strength ...|
|Iress has delivered a strong revenue performance in the third quarter in Australia driven by financial advice and super which was up 12%, and secured several new mandates in the process. Iress said the Q3 result is consistent with the prior corresponding ...|
|... shareholders, representing a small number of votes abstained. This means at around November 6, after court approval of the scheme, Iress will have bought OneVue for about $115 million in cash in equity value. "We are pleased with the outcome of the OneVue ...|
|The OneVue board has encouraged shareholders to vote in favour of the takeover proposal put forward by Iress after another shareholder started a campaign against the scheme. In a letter, the OneVue board said it has become aware of recent media coverage ...|
|Alex Waislitz is running a fine-toothed comb over the independent valuation OneVue board cited in endorsing Iress's 43 cents per share bid to acquire the company. His Thorney companies have 18.35% interest in OVH, have already voted against accepting ...|
|The billionaire investor is set to ask OneVue shareholders to bid against Iress's revised offer for 43 cents per share, ahead of a shareholder vote on October 9. Iress yesterday upped it June 1 offer of 40 cents to acquire OneVue to 43 cents. But the ...|
|Nearly four months after IRESS bid to acquire OneVue for 40 cents a share, it has finally upped the price to 43 cents in a final offer. The new 43 cents per share is a 7.5% increase from IRESS's June 1 offer and comes ahead of OVH shareholders' ...|
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