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|Pinnacle boutique Metrics Credit Partners has launched a new fund-of-funds that will invest in direct loans to Australian corporates, with the minimum investment size set at $1000.|
|Australia's model portfolio landscape is growing at a rapid rate, with the number of models available on managed accounts up 70% per annum, according to Rainmaker Information.|
|Mirae Asset Global Investments has sliced the fees on two Asian equities funds by 20bps each.|
|Despite the ongoing impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, Legal Entity Identifier (LEI) registrations doubled in 2019/20, according to APIR Systems.|
|MSC Trustees was appointed trustee for the $1 billion ASX-listed notes of Spark Infrastructure.|
|The global manager's Australian business has launched a private equity fund for sophisticated investors, with a private debt fund launch chalked in for the second half of the year.|
|Boutique fund manager SG Hiscock has partnered with Morgan Stanley to exclusively distribute their global equity funds in Australia.|
|Amid the market volatility the COVID-19 pandemic ushered in, a new survey has revealed that sentiment is turning in favour of active investment management.|
|A new fund from the federal government has appointed a Perpetual subsidiary as its trustee while a consortium of global managers has won the investment management mandate.|
|The $172 billion global manager has signed an exclusive retail distribution deal with a Melbourne multi-boutique, as it eyes the adviser channel after raising $6 billion from local institutional investors.|
Early Release of Super payments surged around $7 billion in the first week of July, according to Treasury estimates, but this may not be a reason to panic.
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Funds from IOOF, Vanguard and Fiducian figure among the top-five performers among wholesale funds, in the latest Rainmaker Information tables to May end.
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Pengana Capital's national sales manager for private banking and wealth has left the firm after more than five years, setting his eyes on a new life in sunny Queensland.
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In a new paper from Actuaries Institute, Anthony Asher argues financial advice can be made cheaper if the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) provides some of the data necessary for good advice.
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