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|... economy. The Aviva Investors Climate Transition Global Equity Fund is benchmarked to outperform the MSCI All Countries World Index by 2% per annum on a rolling three-year basis, and is managed by portfolio manager Jaime Ramos Martin in partnership with ...|
|... John Dyall said. "In the past two months the S&P/ASX 200 Accumulation Index lost 10.7% while the MSCI All Countries World Index lost 5.7% in Australian dollar terms. Despite this inflows continued to be strongly positive, meaning that the loss of funds ...|
|... London-based River and Mercantile Asset Management (R&M). The fund will adopt a new benchmark, the MSCI All Countries World Index, as R&M differs from Five Oceans in that it is a traditional, long-only manager while Five Oceans had an absolute return ...|
|... S&P500 finishing 2011 at the 1300 mark, about a 10 per cent upside from current levels, with the MSCI All Countries World Index expected to finish next year about 15 per cent higher at 315. Easy Fed money, sovereign debt problems in developed markets ...|
|... manager will manage the $232 million which will be benchmarked against either the FTSE All-World or MSCI All Countries World Index. According to a tender statement, the target outperformance is expected to be around 2 to 3 per cent per annum, measured ...|
|... against the S&P/ASX 300 and the Bakers Alternative Energy Fund (Global), which is tracked against MSCI All Countries World Index. Both funds are also tracked by the Bakers Investment Group's ALTEXAustralia and ALTEXGlobal indices, which track alternative ...|
Rest has appointed a new general manager of superannuation and retirement solutions, hiring from NGS Super.
The US is betting that a combination of the stimulus package and COVID-19 vaccinations will lead to full economic recovery by the end of the year, according to a leading economist.
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Challenger's multi-boutique business has partnered with a Japanese asset management giant in a two-way relationship.
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ASIC has hit financial advisers with the news that levies will increase by the equivalent of 160% over two years, with industry bodies outraged.
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