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|... funds with over 500 employees recruitment activity was business as usual. According to Kaizen managing director Matt McGilton, there were no reductions in salaries during this period and some professionals can be "surprised by the demand for their skills". ...|
|... pinch. "Business development managers who are currently employed have been extremely busy," Kaizen managing director Matt McGilton said. "But there have very few new hires due to lower sales conversions and protracted sales cycles." Marketing professionals ...|
|... building during the crisis. "There is a consensus that companies need to recruit, and recruit fast," Kaizen director Matt McGilton told Financial Standard. "While the last three months has seen recruitment slow, there has been a backlog of work and employers ...|
|... specialist experience with unlisted investments (infrastructure), and fixed income," Kaizen Recruitment managing director Matt McGilton told Financial Standard. "While business development roles and investment operations roles are focused on containment ...|
|... March and suspended recruitment activity even for processes that were in very advanced stages," Kaizen director Matt McGilton said. The update was in stark contrast to an earlier update. On January 31, McGilton said he could not recall a busier time ...|
|... professionals in Melbourne, particularly with industry super funds actively recruiting. Kaizen Recruitment managing director Matt McGilton believes larger industry funds will begin recruiting in larger numbers as they continue to internalise their investing ...|
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Life insurers will take on more risks and shun safe-haven assets in a bid to bump up returns in 2022.
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AMP has appointed a new head of portfolio management for its troubled multi-asset group (MAG), hiring from Pendal.
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A new study shows close to 80% of institutional investors and wealth managers are now looking favourably upon cryptocurrencies, citing strong capital growth and diversification benefits.
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American Century has launched a global small-cap fund targeting Australian wholesale investors.
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