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|AXA Asia Pacific chief executive, Andrew Penn, has warned regulatory proposals from the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA) could stifle Australia's potential to become a regional financial hub. Speaking at the American Chamber of Commerce ...|
|Super funds are holding firm on their exposure to US equities despite the Dow Jones Index slipping below 7,000, its lowest level in more than a decade. Melbourne based investment consultancy, JANA Investment Advisers head of investment outcomes, Ken ...|
|... sector, AGEST Super which is still allocating investments towards equities instead of cash. According to chief executive Michael Seton, the fund has not reduced its allocations to Australian or global shares despite the market downturn. "Our strategies ...|
A new Sydney dealer group focused on Muslim clients is looking to hire up to 50 financial advisers in the next 12 months, as it nabs MSC Group's chief operating officer to lead the business.
Pengana Capital has appointed a US-based fund manager to its global equities assets, after Jordan Cvetanovski and Steven Glass's surprise walkout in March.
The exchange traded fund provider has established its first office in Auckland, New Zealand and has appointed a director to manage its adviser and institutional business across the ditch.
ASIC has confirmed it will not be recommending changing the label of 'general advice', after independent research commissioned by the regulator found such a move is unlikely to prevent consumer confusion.
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