Investment
KANIKA SOOD  |  FRIDAY, 19 OCT 2018   12:13PM
Advisers paying just 1% more for investments could erode their clients' nest eggs by 26% over 30 years, according to new data modelling from InvestSMART.
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Qualitas seizes non-bank financing opportunities
KARREN VERGARA  |  THURSDAY, 18 OCT 2018
Amid the major banks lowering their lending participation rates, Qualitas sees a boom in the private debt real estate segment over the medium term.
BennBridge boutique launches small caps fund
KANIKA SOOD  |  THURSDAY, 18 OCT 2018
A boutique under Bennelong Funds Management's UK business BennBridge has launched a new fund that will invest in UK small caps.
BTFG expands tobacco divestment
HARRISON WORLEY  |  THURSDAY, 18 OCT 2018
BT Financial Group is expanding its divestment from tobacco and controversial weapons.
New Pinnacle affiliate to manage Blue Sky LIC
KANIKA SOOD  |  THURSDAY, 18 OCT 2018
Ian Macoun's multi-boutique house has launched a new affiliate that will manage the Blue Sky Alternatives Access Fund (BAF) as it separates from Blue Sky Investments (BLA).
Firetrail calls off $305m IPO
KANIKA SOOD  |  WEDNESDAY, 17 OCT 2018
The former Macquarie stock pickers have hit the brakes on a LIC based on their absolute return strategy after a few investors lapped up most of the raise.
Vanguard to launch new ETFs
JAMIE WILLIAMSON  |  WEDNESDAY, 17 OCT 2018
Vanguard Australia is set to list two new exchange-traded funds on the ASX, enabling investment in international small companies and global listed infrastructure.
Colonial First State to cut tobacco by 2020
KANIKA SOOD  |  WEDNESDAY, 17 OCT 2018
Colonial First State has vouched to offload all its tobacco-related investments by 2020, as it signs on to the UN-endorsed Tobacco-Free Finance Pledge.
BlackRock wins $55bn mandate
HARRISON WORLEY  |  TUESDAY, 16 OCT 2018
BlackRock is set to manage $55 billion of passively managed assets on behalf of UK diversified financial services company Scottish Widows.
ETFs attracting more money than LICs
KANIKA SOOD  |  MONDAY, 15 OCT 2018
Aussie investors now have more money invested in the rapidly-expanding exchange traded fund market than in long-standing listed investment companies.
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