|The roughly $4.7 trillion the US will need to spend to remedy infrastructure deficiencies is creating opportunities for investors worldwide, according to BNY Mellon research.|
|The New South Wales Government's infrastructure fund is forecast to hit $14.8 billion by the end of this month, Treasurer Dominic Perrottet announced in yesterday's budget.|
|Global equity index provider MSCI will add China A shares to two of its indices starting June 2018.|
|Smart estate planning must include alternatives to the will, says Austock Group.|
|Managed discretionary accounts provider MA Operator launched a platform aiming to be a low-cost alternative to traditional wraps and the unlisted managed funds platform mFund.|
|Institutional investors are shifting investment strategies in search of income generation and inflation protection over the long term in response to the advent of the superannuation decumulation phase, AXA Investment Managers believes.|
|A new 'true to label' environmental offering from BNP Paribas Asset Management Australia will create significant investment opportunities for Australian and New Zealand investors.|
|VanEck is launching a new floating rate exchange-traded fund on the ASX.|
|Pacific Current Group (PAC) successfully completed an institutional placement of $33 million partly to repay debts stemming from the acquisition of a US boutique.|
Australian and US sophisticated investors partnered to acquire a suite of large-scale multifamily real estate assets in the US.
Custodians and responsible entities of managed investment schemes with asset holding requirements are falling short of ASIC expectations, showing generally poor levels of understanding and compliance with Regulatory Guide 133.
Global equity index provider MSCI will add China A shares to two of its indices starting June 2018.
The New South Wales Government's infrastructure fund is forecast to hit $14.8 billion by the end of this month, Treasurer Dominic Perrottet announced in yesterday's budget.
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