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|... billion). One of Tactical's clients is fixed income boutique Fortlake Asset Management started by ex-UBS manager Chris Baylis in which Cashwerkz is an equity investor. Cashwerkz is looking to pay TGM $3 million in cash, plus 16.5 million CWZ performance ...|
|... including senior executive roles at NAB, CBA and Chase Manhattan Bank. In early November, former UBS fund manager Chris Baylis, billionaire investor Alex Waislitz and ASX-listed cash platform Cashwerkz teamed up to launch a new boutique named Fortlake ...|
|... including domestic bonds, OTC securities and asset-backed securities. Fortlake founder and chief investment officer Christian Baylis said: "We chose Eze Investment Suite because of its advanced trading and portfolio management capabilities across asset ...|
|Former UBS fund manager Chris Baylis, billionaire investor Alex Waislitz and ASX-listed cash platform Cashwerkz have teamed up to launch a new funds management businesses. Fortlake Asset Management is offering four funds, across retail, wholesale and ...|
|... LLP, BT Financial Group (formerly Rothschild Australia Asset Management) and Bankers Trust Australia Limited. Christian Baylis has joined the group as portfolio manager and will be responsible for inflation-linked portfolios, undertake market analysis ...|
|... Fund attained the highest Standard & Poor's rating of 'five stars'. The fund was previously rated 'four stars'. Christian Baylis, Standard & Poor's analyst, said the rating reflected the firm's belief that the investment team can deliver strong risk ...|
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MFS Investment Management is searching for a new head of retail sales for its local business, as the incumbent heads to London for a new role.
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A former Regal Funds Management portfolio manager has been banned for five years after he manipulated the share price of Clearview Wealth.
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With more research identifying the pressure put on employees by the pandemic and lockdowns, wealth technology firm Class is offering employees extra days off.
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Prudential regulator APRA plans to go ahead with mandating independent certifications within group insurance as recommended by the financial services Royal Commission.
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