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|Nicole Connolly's Infrastructure Partners Investment Fund has appointed a former Hastings director as its head of portfolio construction and research. Kurt Lemke is joining IPIF after working as Hastings Funds Management's group director for ...|
|A Melbourne wealth firm run by a former NAB Private Wealth executive has trimmed its allocations to Australian shares as it takes a bearish view on midcaps. Hamilton Wealth Management advises on about $500 million for high net worth clients. It took ...|
|A fund that gives SMSFs and HNWs exposure to unlisted infrastructure assets like airports and toll roads is planning to raise $50 million in March. Former Telstra Super head of alternatives Nicole Connolly's Infrastructure Partners Investment Fund ...|
|... vehicle investing in unlisted infrastructure fund managers. Former Russell Investments and Telstra Super executive Nicole Connolly is also on board, as is former Industry Superannuation Property Trust managing director and ME Bank director Arthur Apted. ...|
|... including including chief executive Chris Corneil, head of asset consulting Jerome Lander, head of alternatives Nicole Connolly and institutional managing director Michael Clarke. Schoenheimer said the GFC has forced Russell to focus on its investment ...|
|... executives, including chief executive Chris Corneil, head of asset consulting Jerome Lander and head of alternatives Nicole Connolly.|
|... Australia's head of asset consulting Jerome Lander also recently left the company, along with head of alternatives Nicole Connolly, Sydney-based director of risk advice Thomas Gillespie and institutional sales executive Mark Plimley. A Russell Investments ...|
|Farm land as an alternative investment can be a good way to diversify portfolios, said Nicole Connolly, director of Alternative Investments, Russell Investments Australasia. It is an investment that is exposed to favorable secular drivers, but requires ...|
|... "The volatility experienced in the market today reinforces institutions desire to invest in alternatives," said Nicole Connolly, director, alternative investments, Asia-Pacific region, Russell Investments. While diversification was the main reason for ...|
|... cent in 2009. In contrast, North American investor real estate exposure has declined, on average, by 4 per cent. Nicole Connolly, director of alternative investments, Asia Pacific region at Russell, said Australian respondents favour real estate, infrastructure ...|
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The earlier than expected easing of restrictions in Australia that defrosted social and commercial activity has had its desired effect - rebounding business conditions and confidence, and the feared one - a second wave.
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Around 300,000 Australians lodged their second application to access their super early at the start of the new financial year.
Spaceship chief executive Andrew Moore says its managed investments business has been the "single, strongest" source of growth for its $300 million superannuation fund.
Nine industry funds are working with Frontier Advisors to probe new longevity risk products for retiree members, which could include tweaking account-based pensions.
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