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| | WEDNESDAY, 14 APR 2021 12:45PMChallenger's multi-boutique business will distribute the $54 billion Impax Asset Management's sustainability strategies in Australia and New Zealand.|
|Nearly 20 years after ETFs started trading in Australia, their total assets crossed $102 billion at the end of March.|
|Warakirri Asset Management has launched a new fund, seeded by a European pension fund, providing domestic and offshore institutional investors with exposure to Australian agricultural property.|
|The investment administration firm has received a superior offer to Vistra's proposed $170 million acquisition and has notified the firm to either match or offer more favourable terms.|
|The exchange-traded products market skyrocketed 149% to $95 billion in the three years to December 2020, new research finds.|
|Despite delivering a stellar performance, star fund manager Catherine Wood's ARK Innovation ETF has been slapped with a neutral rating from Morningstar.|
|Yarra will soon revive Nikko AM's former name Tyndall Investment Management, which was removed in September 2014 to reflect its Tokyo-based parent company's ownership. The name change is due to take place in June 2021.|
|Alceon Group is merging its real estate investments business with a boutique fund manager that will lift assets under management to $2.5 billion.|
|The European asset manager has launched a new fixed income strategy for its Just Transition for Climate fund to now incorporate the social aspects involved with moving to a low-carbon economy.|
|Ahead of the launch of his new digital assets fund, investment banker Mark Carnegie has warned that Australian super funds need to get on board with cryptocurrencies.|
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While the events of 2020 showed superannuation funds manage liquidity well, funds should consider the extent to which they rely on certain asset classes for liquidity, the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) has said.
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Challenger's multi-boutique business will distribute the $54 billion Impax Asset Management's sustainability strategies in Australia and New Zealand.
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Nearly 20 years after ETFs started trading in Australia, their total assets crossed $102 billion at the end of March.
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A new report finds that it is possible for financial advisers to attract young clients and convince them about the benefits of advice and life insurance using new strategies.
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