|The global family office association, Family Office Exchange, has appointed a market leader for Australia and New Zealand.|
|Two major family offices in China and the US have discussed an ongoing collaboration.|
|Findex has launched an integrated wealth management service aimed at bringing the family office model out of the domain of the ultra-rich.|
|Myer Family Investments will renew its board after its October 18 annual general meeting.|
|Equity Trustees has restructured its Philanthropy granting program in a move that will now see more than $10 million in annual discretionary charitable giving directed into five key categories.|
|Local hedge funds are still battling super funds' preference to look offshore for alternatives exposure, according to Hedge Funds Rock and The Australian Hedge Fund Awards co-founder Kim Ivey.|
|Family office and advice-focused boutique investment consultancy Evergreen Consultants has finalised its asset allocation committee.|
|Listed philanthropic vehicle Future Generation Global Investment Company (FGG) has donated $4.71 million to Australian charities.|
|Australian commodities trader and exchange traded fund pioneer Graham Tuckwell and his wife Louise will donate $100 million to the Australian National University.|
|Family offices benefit in the long run when a leader learns how to transition over to the next generation, according to Mutual Trust client services director Brad Simmons.|
A new superannuation fund hoping to bridge the retirement savings gap will launch with the hope of disrupting the system that has disadvantaged women.
The general manager of superannuation and retirement solutions at a $57 billion industry fund has resigned, with the hunt commencing for a replacement.
Praemium saw funds under administration hit $16.1 billion over the last financial year, thanks largely to its off-platform managed accounts service.
OnePath has moved to enhance the abilities of financial advisers using its OneView Life client management portal.
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