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|Hedge fund billionaire Paul Tudor Jones backed ShareNett Holdings is partnering with Clearlist Holdings to develop a platform for family offices to transact in private markets securities.|
|It's back to his roots for Kapstream Capital's retired co-founder Kumar Palghat, as his family office takes an equity stake in a new fixed income execution fintech.|
|AMP's corporate philanthropic foundation is offering $2 million in grants for non-profits working to meet COVID-19's challenges in the community.|
|Regal's Atlantic Absolute Return Fund posted a 14% rise in April, looking up from its -58.6% returns for March and -32% for February.|
|An Adelaide wealth advisory and accounting practice has acquired a private wealth firm that was named the Financial Planning Association of Australia's Professional Practice of the Year in 2018.|
|A Sydney equities' boutique's chief executive has jumped to Pendal Group to work as its head of high net worth distribution.|
|There's now an index that tracks the value of collectable Hermes bags and they returned 13% in 2019, beating annual returns of other collectables like cars, jewellery, art and rare whisky.|
|Sydney is more expensive than Dubai and has the world's priciest business class flights but best-value luxury shopping, says a new report.|
|In a research note sent to clients, Morgan Stanley Wealth Management's Nathan Lim shared the four Australian ETFs the firm prefers over the rest.|
Melbourne's Warakirri Asset Management has launched new retail funds from its freshly-minted partnership with Northcape Capital.
Synchron's general manager of legal, risk and compliance Michael Jones has resigned, with a new appointment to lead the dealer group's compliance.
The Association of Superannuation Funds of Australia (ASFA) has released a six-step plan aiming to drive industry-wide productivity gains in superannuation.
The Commonwealth Bank has announced an 11.3% profit hit due to the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic and slashed its dividend by 31%.
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