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|... income of roughly $30.5 million, and a net profit after tax of $28.1 million. IOOF sold the AET corporate trust business to Sargon for $51.6 million in 2018 but retained the private trust business.|
|... relief to financial advisers so Australians can get access for some of the critical questions that are now before them." 3. Sargon runs out of steam (January 30) Sargon was forced into external administration by one of its Chinese creditors, state-owned ...|
|... business within our advice-led strategy." In September 2018, IOOF announced it would sell AET's corporate trustee business to Sargon (now Certes Corporation and under a new owner) for $51.6 million. The business contributed $1.1 million to IOOF's ...|
|... from that point on. Diversa is part of the same group as Tidswell. Tidswell, Diversa and CCSL were previously owned by Sargon, which went into administration early this year. Sargon was rebranded to Certes Corporation in June. Diversa provides trustee ...|
|... fund. Diversa is part of the same group as Tidswell. Tidswell, Diversa and CCSL were previously owned by the now-defunct Sargon, which went into administration early this year. Sargon was rebranded to Certes Corporation, led by Marcus Price who became ...|
|... impacted by COVID-19 prior to the initial proposal by Iress and the specific company matters relating to the recovery of the Sargon sale proceeds. However, it said any comments relating to how OneVue's share price would have traded in the absence of ...|
|... director) had expressed "concern that funds many have been misappropriated or misdirected" by Kingston from one of other Sargon companies. The judge said Ashurst couldn't point to any imminent threat that Kingston would dissipate his assets, and ...|
|... nabbed the contract for HUB24 Super with about $7.9 billion in assets, after the latter decided to swap out previously-Sargon-owned Diversa Trustees. Also in July, it was appointed to AMP Life's superannuation funds with over $7 billion after AMP ...|
|... costs of court proceedings. The ASX-listed business is owed about $31 million from its 2018 sale of Diversa Trustees to Sargon Capital, which was forced into external administration in late January and then liquidation. OneVue this morning also updated ...|
|HUB24 has appointed a new trustee for its $7.9 billion superannuation fund, after deciding to swap out Sargon's Diversa Trustees earlier this year. Equity Trustee's HTFS Nominees will now act as the trustee for HUB24 Super. "We are delighted to have ...|
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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