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Mirae appoints local chief executive

ANNABELLE DICKSON  |  TUESDAY, 13 JUL 2021
The $280 billion Korean asset manager has appointed the former chief executive of ETF Securities to lead its Australian office and a former Coolabah executive to head operations. Kris Walesby has joined as chief executive for Australia and Oliver Reynolds ...

MSCI reviews emerging market classifications

ELIZABETH MCARTHUR  |  FRIDAY, 25 JUN 2021
... concerns about deterioration in the availability of investment instruments - including Brazil, China (A shares), India, Korea and Turkey. Some of the exchanges in these regions restrict access to data, in turn restricting the creation of investment derivatives ...

Chief economist update: China and Australia's interdependence

BENJAMIN ONG  |  WEDNESDAY, 26 MAY 2021
... million (4%) - outpacing the increase in shipments to the next top three countries combined - Japan (A$297 million); South Korea (A$118 million); India (A$23 million). Digging deeper, here's what the ABS prepared earlier: "Driving the increase to ...

BetaShares appoints chief financial officer

KANIKA SOOD  |  WEDNESDAY, 12 MAY 2021
The fast-growing ETF issuer has appointed a chief financial officer in a newly created role. Jason Gellert was previously BetaShares' head of corporate development and is one of the co-founders in the company. He previously worked at Morgan Stanley ...

Former AMP Capital managing director joins Ignition

KANIKA SOOD  |  WEDNESDAY, 28 APR 2021
... for Asia. The digital advice firm has tasked Craig Keary with growth in Asia, including China, Japan, Singapore and South Korea. In the new role, Keary will be based in Sydney. In his most recent role, Keary was based in Tokyo for four years as AMP Capital's ...

Pandemic boosts financial sector's engagement

KARREN VERGARA  |  FRIDAY, 23 APR 2021
... for many finance workers. Across the globe, ADP found that employees from Israel, Netherlands, Sweden, Taiwan and South Korea are the least resilient in facing their new work environment, meaning they had low levels of psychological safety and trust ...

Chief economist: Of capital gains taxes, COVID-19 and climate change

BENJAMIN ONG  |  FRIDAY, 23 APR 2021
... COVID cases now a serious concern - it broke a one-day new cases record of 315,000 Wednesday and shows no sign of abating. Korea also hitting a second-wave high, Singapore called off its proposed travel bubble with Hong Kong as it found its biggest cluster ...

Government debt blows out 420%

KARREN VERGARA  |  TUESDAY, 20 APR 2021
... country's debt-to-GDP ratio in 2020 reached 55%, which is still among the lowest in the developed world. Hong Kong and South Korea recorded similar debt-to-GDP levels. Sivapalan said Australia's 0.76% effective yield on its bonds on issue is ...

Citi to exit consumer banking in Australia

ELIZABETH MCARTHUR  |  FRIDAY, 16 APR 2021
... will mean Citi is exiting consumer banking entirely in a number of markets including Australia. China, India, Indonesia, Korea, Malaysia, the Philippines, Poland, Russia, Taiwan, Thailand, Vietnam and Bahrain's Citi consumer franchises will also be impacted. ...

Chief economist update: No fear

BENJAMIN ONG  |  MONDAY, 12 APR 2021
... first quarter of this year has been replaced by concerns over the resurgence in infections - in Europe, India, Japan, South Korea and lately, the US, among others - caused by mutations of the virus, problems with the supply and slow distribution of the ...
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