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|... hiring from JBWere. Alfred Tadros will work on the Aoris International Fund, assisting chief investment officer Stephen Arnold. He has 20 years of experience. Most recently, he was a senior equities analyst on JBWere's global equities team. Prior to ...|
|... international equities has added two members to its investment team. Aoris Investment Management was established by Stephen Arnold in 2017. It runs a concentrated portfolio of global stocks, which has delivered 13.2% p.a. since March 2018, beating the ...|
|... last year and it's not afraid of disclosing its stock picks. Aoris Investment Management was set up in 2017 by Stephen Arnold and runs just one fund, which delivered 31.1% in the year to October end. This puts its one-year performance ahead of global ...|
|... to this, she was an analyst at Ocwen Asset Management in Bangalore. Aoris chief investment officer and founder Stephen Arnold said: "We are delighted to have an individual of Swati's calibre join our business." "We have a distinct and disciplined ...|
|... boutique and appointed a head of distribution from J.P. Morgan, flagging further hires over the next 12 months. Stephen Arnold, who managed more than $1 billion at Evans & Partners for six years, established Aoris Investment Management in November 2017. ...|
|... senior research analyst and research analyst to their international equities team. Joining established team members Stephen Arnold and Nick Cregan, James Hannam joins as a senior research analyst and Will Dowd as a research analyst. Hannam has more than ...|
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Hostplus and Intrust Super have finalised their merger, as first reported by Financial Standard in May.
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A $2 billion industry fund has reduced its insurance premiums by more than 17%.
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Perpetual Asset Management Australia launched one active ETF and is gearing up to launch a second.
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La Trobe Financial has been fined for misleading investors in its $5 billion fund.
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