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| | WEDNESDAY, 20 JAN 2021 12:41PMWillis Towers Watson (WTW) has announced a new head of retirement for Australasia as Brad Jeffrey retires after serving 40 years with the company.|
|Ord Minnett's head of institutional research will be leaving the role for Barrenjoey Capital Partners.|
|QIC has hired AMP Capital's former head of global infrastructure debt, as it enters a new asset class in private debt.|
|Janus Henderson has announced a new global head of consultant relations after appointing a new director of institutional solutions in Australia last week.|
|The investment management firm has appointed a former government secretary as a non-executive director.|
|The disconnect between employers and employee expectations of hybrid working arrangements is tipped to grow as employees begin the transition back to the workplace, new research shows.|
|J. P. Morgan Asset Management has welcomed an ESG data expert as the regional lead for investment stewardship as part of its commitment to sustainable investing.|
|Macquarie has added an EISS Super non-executive trustee director to its boards.|
|With only a matter of days until US President-elect Joe Biden takes office, there are a number of notable finance industry veterans nominated to help his administration lead the nation.|
|An ASX-listed property group has added the former chief executive of Colonial First State Global Asset Management as a non-executive director to its board.|
Willis Towers Watson (WTW) has announced a new head of retirement for Australasia as Brad Jeffrey retires after serving 40 years with the company.
Perpetual Investment Management has appointed a new custodian, replacing RBC Investor and Treasury Services following its exit from the Australian market.
Zenith Investment Partners has partnered with MSCI to enhance the delivery of institutional-grade portfolio analysis, service scalability, insights and reporting to its managed account portfolio clients.
The neobank has become the first Australian bank to return its customer deposits after it withdrew its banking products and announced the return of its authorised deposit-taking institution (ADI) licence.
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