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|... by 30%, in yet another blow to the wealth management firm. The responsible entity for the US Masters Residential Property Fund (URF), Walsh & Company, blamed general weakness in the New York housing market for the disappointing performance. "The fund's ...|
|... of Evans and Partners, who stepped aside from the role in June to focus on the embattled US Masters Residential Property Fund (URF), is taking extended leave of absence for personal reasons. URF has a market cap of $301 million and the unit price has ...|
|... said Alan Dixon had agreed to step aside as chief executive to focus on the $335 million US Masters Residential Property Fund (URF) which had lost 34.2% over the year to May 31. Executive chairman David Evans served as the interim chief executive until ...|
|... of its US Master Residential Property Fund, which is undergoing a strategic review. The US Masters Residential Property Fund is listed on the ASX and has experienced a decline in performance this year which saw it go from a price of 1.390 in December ...|
|... commercial and private clients. The board change affects several ASX-listed funds, including: US Masters Residential Property Fund (REIT); Evans & Partners Australian Flagship Fund; Evans & Partners Asia Fund; Evans & Partners Global Flagship Fund; Evans ...|
|... million from over 1500 investors with an average investment of approximately $46,000. The US Masters Residential Property Fund IPO closed on June 10. Dixon Advisory is a member of the Dixon Advisory Group, which services more than 3,900 SMSF clients ...|
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