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State Street bolsters SPDR team

ELIZABETH MCARTHUR  |  WEDNESDAY, 29 SEP 2021
State Street Global Advisors has made four senior appointments within its SPDR exchange-traded funds business in Asia Pacific. Kathleen Gallagher has been appointed as head of SPDR ETFs Australia, in addition to her current role as head of ETF Model ...

Advice associations join forces

ANNABELLE DICKSON  |  WEDNESDAY, 9 DEC 2020
... Association of Independently Owned Financial Professionals (AIOFP) has formed a strategic alliance with Tax & Super Australia (TSA) in a bid to have a louder voice when lobbying for the industry. The alliance will have a membership base of 10,000 with ...

Social media reacts to final Royal Commission hearings

HARRISON WORLEY  |  FRIDAY, 30 NOV 2018
As the final round of Royal Commission hearings drew to a close this week, commentators took to twitter to have their say on the commission's outcomes, efforts of counsel assisting and performances of bank executives in the hot seat. #BankingRoyalCommision ...

Global firm builds Aussie equities team

JAMIE WILLIAMSON  |  MONDAY, 19 FEB 2018
A global investment manager appointed four new portfolio managers to its Australian equities team, joining from the likes of Vanguard, BlackRock and IFM Investors. Joining Invesco's Melbourne-based Invesco Quantitative Strategies (IQS) group are Neil ...

Tracing super back to 1517

ALEX BURKE  |  THURSDAY, 7 SEP 2017
According to Dundas Global Investors senior partner Alan McFarlane, the true architect of superannuation wasn't Paul Keating - it was Martin Luther. While he admitted it was a long bow to draw, McFarlane told delegates at the Australian Institute of ...

Serpentine fire

BENJAMIN ONG  |  MONDAY, 11 FEB 2013
Almost two months in and thus far you, I and Irene have had a happy new year... will we also have a "gung hei fat choi"? Yes Virginia, those who go by the lunar calendar has gone around yesterday, 10 February, wishing everyone "gung hei fat choi' as ...

Fund managers out-invest school kids

ALEX DUNNIN  |  WEDNESDAY, 30 NOV 2011
At this year's ASX Schools Sharemarket Games, the 60,000 participating school students showed that they have only half the skill of professionals investment managers. The results should come as welcome relief to managed funds investors throughout Australia ...

Asia Pac property assets draw mandate appeal

RUTH LIEW  |  WEDNESDAY, 10 FEB 2010
LaSalle Investment Management, one of the biggest names in property management in Asia, gives Australian institutional investors food for thought on the opportunities in the region. Jeff Jacobson, global chief executive of the $40 billion fund manager ...

Ganging up on greenback

BENJAMIN ONG  |  WEDNESDAY, 18 NOV 2009
What's it going to be? A strong dollar or a weak dollar policy? The short answer a strong dollar in words, a weak one in deed. Yesterday, I wrote about Uncle Timmy Geithner telling Asia that, "It's very important to the United States, to the economic ...

Market Wrap - Morning

AAP  |  THURSDAY, 29 OCT 2009
The Australian sharemarket is expected to continue its recent run of losses on Thursday as Wall Street fell sharply on weaker economic data and a lower forecast for upcoming growth figures. At 0720 AEDT on the Sydney Futures Exchange, the December share ...
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