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|... partnerships include Japan's Nomura Asset Manageme nt, and agribusiness-focused private equity manager Proterra Investment Partners, for its Asian food strategy to European investors.|
|... partnerships include Japan's Nomura Asset Management, and agribusiness-focused private equity manager Proterra Investment Partners, for its Asian food strategy to European investors. "Fidante is excited to be partnering with such a high-quality manager ...|
|... alternatives. Its recent boutique partnerships include Nomura Asset Managemen t, and agricultural manager Proterra Investment Partners.|
|... investments to managing money for external clients. In Europe, it partnered with agricultural manager Proterra Investment Partners. Nomura is a 96-year-old financial services group with business in over 30 countries. Its four main divisions are: retail ...|
|... private equity manager focused on food and agribusiness. Fidante will market Minneapolis-headquartered Proterra Investment Partners' Asia Food Strategy to European investors. Proterra has $4.4 billion in total assets, of which $1.4 billion in the Asia ...|
|The $166 billion Canadian pension investment manager PSP Investments has acquired a stake in an Australian grain and logistics company BFB. Already a major investor in Australia's agricultural sector, PSP Investments bought out private equity firm ...|
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MFS Investment Management is searching for a new head of retail sales for its local business, as the incumbent heads to London for a new role.
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A former Regal Funds Management portfolio manager has been banned for five years after he manipulated the share price of Clearview Wealth.
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With more research identifying the pressure put on employees by the pandemic and lockdowns, wealth technology firm Class is offering employees extra days off.
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Prudential regulator APRA plans to go ahead with mandating independent certifications within group insurance as recommended by the financial services Royal Commission.
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