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|... merged fund - hiring First State Super's (soon to be called Aware Super) head of systematic and impact investing Ross Barry as its new chief investment officer, among six other C-suite roles.|
|... MTAA Super and Tasplan have unveiled the new executive team that will steer the newly-merged entity into the future. Ross Barry has been named chief investment officer. He is moving from First State Super where he is currently the head of systematic ...|
|... partnership are unique as there is a clear separation between the mandate and R&D support despite being run in parallel. Ross Barry, head of systematic and impact investing at First State Super said: "Having successfully developed an internal systematic ...|
|... asset class, how bad is that as an outcome for members and investors?" Towers Watson head of portfolio construction Ross Barry said that the general partner model does not work for institutional investors and that there is a need to find a new model. ...|
|... the key reasons for sub-optimal allocations to private markets is the complexity of private markets investing," said Ross Barry, senior investment consultant and head of portfolio construction at Towers Watson. "However, we believe a holistic approach ...|
|... rising hedge fund fees and structures that skewed the alignment of interests between investors and managers," said Ross Barry, Towers Watson, investment consultant. "Fee and term negotiations were limited and many managers hid behind Most Favoured Nation ...|
|... respectively. "We've seen a shift towards core real estate and infrastructure, particularly here in Australia," said Ross Barry, head of portfolio construction and diversity, Towers Watson. "These tend to be assets with strong linkage to CPI inflation ...|
|... several strategies to optimise their after-tax outcomes within an Australian equity portfolio. The research, compiled by Ross Barry, head of portfolio construction and diversity and Jeff Chee, head of asset class research at Towers Watson, assessed the ...|
|... similar to private equity. This is preferred to high-fee core infrastructure funds that currently dominate the sector. Ross Barry, head of portfolio construction and diversity at Watson Wyatt in Australia, put it bluntly when he said high fees - including ...|
|... supply-demand imbalance in this sector, that would allow buyers to dictate prices, has so far failed to materialise. Ross Barry, head of portfolio construction and diversity at Watson Wyatt in Australia, said: "We remain relatively cautious about investing ...|
IOOF expects to spend up to $32 million on paying out Buyer of Last Resort arrangements with financial advisers leaving its network, primarily from Bridges Financial Services.
Link Group is now exploring the possibility of listing PEXA despite recently flagging there was strong interest from other parties in buying the property settlement platform.
PIMCO has named a new lead for its Asia Pacific business as part of an executive shuffle announced overnight.
Even before the COVID-19 vaccine arrived in Australia, it was clear we were returning to pre-pandemic normality, and latest stats back this.
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