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|K2 Asset Management's head of international strategy Nick Griffin believes that a maturing economic recovery will fuel earnings growth and higher international equity prices in 2011. Griffin said that equity valuations remain compelling, in both absolute ...|
|Fourth quarter earnings results from some of the investment industry's biggest names have been the focus of Wall Street this week. Goldman Sachs was the center of attention yesterday after its quarterly profits dropped sharply, but its investment management ...|
|AMP Capital's Asian Giants Infrastructure Fund has acquired its first asset in China, buying a 19 per cent stake in provincial natural gas provider Qujing Gas, for an initial investment of US$2 million. Qujing Gas holds a 30-year concession to run the ...|
|The recent flooding in Queensland has provided a perfect demonstration of the need for financial services firms to have appropriate procedures in place to ensure business continuity. Manny Pohl, chief executive officer of Brisbane-based Hyperion Asset ...|
|Active Australian share managers had a poor year, underperforming the ASX300 by an average 0.6 per cent, but there were still some shining lights in 2010, a new survey by Mercer has found. One such light is Continuum Capital Partners 'aggressive strategy'. ...|
|While tragic events in Queensland have forced the likes of Suncorp and IAG to brace themselves for hundreds of millions of dollars worth of claims, Dai-ichi Life's holiday takeover bid for Tower Australia is likely to have a more lasting effect on the ...|
|When investors look to position their portfolios to benefit from the rapid growth of emerging markets, they usually look to emerging market equities. But for risk-adjusted returns, emerging market debt might be a better way to go. These are the views ...|
|The Coalition isn't itching for a fight when it comes to the recently announced superannuation reforms, despite the Government's precarious grip on power under the hung parliament. In response to the reforms unveiled by the Government yesterday, the ...|
|Regulatory reforms, politics, and high profile M&A activity dominated the financial services landscape this year - Financial Standard looks back at the stories that shook up the industry this year. It was an extraordinary year in Australian politics. ...|
|After a tumultuous few years, US real estate could be set for gains next year, and Australia's largest super funds are becoming alert to the opportunities. According to Principal Real Estate Investors, despite uncertainty over the macroeconomic situation ...|
Franklin Templeton Investments is winding up its retail Australian Equity Fund, as asset growth lags.
Financial advisers' appetite for exchange-traded funds has more than doubled since the global pandemic hit as new trading data shows that index funds are providing better means of diversification.
The Association of Financial Advisers has slammed the Labor Party's attack on financial advisers, which paints the profession as dodgy and continues to rip-off consumers.
The industry superannuation fund has hired from Australian Catholic Superannuation and Retirement Fund as it continues its hiring spree for the internal investment team.
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