| | MONDAY, 20 AUG 2018 12:36PMA $15 billion industry superannuation fund recently strengthened its governance, risk and project management capabilities, hiring eight new team members in the process.|
|Following its acquisition of ANZ's aligned dealer groups, IOOF will welcome a new general manager for its combined financial advice business.|
|A $157 billion real estate investment manager has appointed a former AMP Capital executive to head its Australian asset management business after the incumbent left in May.|
|Contango Asset Management has snapped up a former Magellan C-suite executive as an independent director.|
|T. Rowe Price has announced a new lead for its Asia Pacific distribution business following the promotion of Scott Keller.|
|TAL has appointed a new head for its customer operations and underwriting, filling the vacancy created when the former lead moved to MetLife.|
|Australia's oldest listed investment company is seeing a change of guard in its corporate governance as the current chair retires after 34 years on the board.|
|Nikko Asset Management has won an Australian equities mandate worth NZ$850 million ($766m).|
|RBC Investment and Treasury Services recently strengthened its Asia Pacific product team, creating a raft of new roles and recruiting from BNP Paribas Securities Services, BT Financial Group and State Street.|
|State Super has announced the appointment of an industry veteran to the trustee board of SAS Trustee Corporation.|
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A new listed investment trust is offering SMSF investors an opportunity to invest in high-yield bonds, with an annual net distribution north of 5%.
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Financial advisers can't afford to ignore the Comprehensive Income Products for Retirement (CIPR) debate as it will affect all corners of the advice industry, a retirement solutions expert says.
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A $15 billion industry superannuation fund recently strengthened its governance, risk and project management capabilities, hiring eight new team members in the process.
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The sharp depreciation in many emerging market currencies this year to date is both a testament to funds flowing out of emerging markets and a forward indication of more downward pressure on their respective equity markets.
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