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|Citi Australia is offering wholesale clients access to high-yield bonds, hybrids and capital notes, as it expands its fixed income services.|
|Crestone Wealth Management reported revenue of $120.5 million for FY20, as it added $1 billion in net new client money and nine new advisers during the year.|
|When it comes to investing his own money, Magellan's chief executive Brett Cairns likes to go back to his roots in science.|
|A Sydney real estate fund manager has established a private wealth division, as it sees opportunities to snap up new assets for syndicates of wealthy investors.|
|A Liberman family investment company has topped up its investment in a small bank lender.|
|The Heine family took advantage of Netwealth's strong results and buoyant share price yesterday to sell down about $76 million worth of shares in the company -- a tiny sliver of their expansive holding.|
|Two former Morgan Stanley financial advisers have started a new private wealth firm focused on HNW and UHNW clients.|
|A Lloyds auction of the estate of controversial former Queensland premier Joh Bjelke-Peterson produced mixed results.|
|For the first time in eight years, more high net worth individuals (HNWI) emerged in North America than in the Asia Pacific region.|
|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.|
A former New South Wales Treasury Corp executive has joined the prudential regulator as head of investment risk.
MLC Life has been handed a new group insurance mandate from a retail superannuation provider.
Pinnacle Investment Management has made a $3 million cornerstone investment in OpenInvest.
The Federal Reserve is restricting the investing activities of policymakers and senior staff, including banning them from holding or trading individual stocks and bonds.
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