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|Cashwerkz has appointed a chair for its Fund Income business, as its first pick of Fortlake Asset Management hits $300 million in assets.|
|HLB Mann Judd has made several director appointments in its Adelaide and Sydney offices, including a new tax director in the South Australian firm.|
|The head of SuperConcepts and AMP Australia's managing director of superannuation, retirement and platforms is leaving the organisation, parent company AMP has confirmed.|
|A UBS sell-side analyst who joined Perpetual's small caps team last year has left.|
|The $54 billion fund manager has hired from Cambridge Associates to add an investment director to its global private capital team.|
|The national advice group has appointed a new chief executive to succeed co-founder John Woodley, as he moves to an executive chair role.|
|ME Bank has promoted its acting chief executive to the role permanently, following Jamie McPhee's resignation earlier this year.|
|The Australian Institute of Superannuation Trustees (AIST) has appointed a new general manager memberships and partnerships and a new general manager professional development to drive a bigger focus on membership engagement.|
|The Meat Industry Employees' Superannuation Fund has appointed a former Link Group general manager and industry fund chief executive to its top job.|
|The $600 billion asset consultant has appointed a head of not-for-profit, as it wins New Zealand's largest philanthropic trust as a client in the segment.|
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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