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|The head of a $5 billion superannuation fund is stepping down at the end of 2020.|
|Melbourne-based fintech OpenInvest has appointed a veteran board member and former NAB executive as chair.|
|The head of superannuation distribution at Colonial First State has commenced in a new role, leading a newly created institutional partnership strategy at the retirement specialist.|
|Financial services technology company Iress has appointed a chief product officer with over 20 years' experience in software product leadership.|
|The former QSuper chief and the current chair of Commonwealth Bank's staff superannuation fund has been appointed to the board of the $44 billion NZ Super Fund for a five-year term.|
|The ASX-listed dealer group has hired a portfolio manager from IOOF as its new head of research, after the incumbent left in May.|
|The head of Asia Pacific for RBC Investor and Treasury Services has been appointed to lead Milestone Group's regional business... and Australia's recently consolidated super funds are in her sights.|
|The country's largest investment consultant has named a new head of insurance strategy to lead expanded insurance advisory services across the sector.|
|An ethical fund manager with more than $1 billion in funds under management has hired from MSCI ESG Research and Vanguard to expand its investment team.|
|First Super's executive manager of member and employer services has stepped down from his role, after just over a year with the industry super fund.|
Allowing more members in SMSFs is unlikely to spur their establishment rates, according to a submission by University of Sydney's Susan Thorp.
One of Japan's largest providers of shareholder services has admitted to a major operational blunder, after it failed to count 3.4 million postal votes for nearly 1000 companies ahead of their annual general meetings.
BetaShares' Nasdaq 100 ETF exceeded $1 billion in assets under management at the end of August, a net increase of more than $500 million since the outset of the year.
Robeco announced it will now exclude investments in thermal coal, oil sands and Arctic drilling from all its mutual funds.
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