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IFM jumps on net zero bandwagon
ELIZA BAVIN  |  TUESDAY, 13 OCT 2020
IFM Investors has committed to reducing greenhouse gas emissions across its asset classes, targeting net zero by 2050.
Death of value investing a myth: Realindex
ELIZA BAVIN  |  TUESDAY, 13 OCT 2020
The rise of a small handful of growth stocks is creating a distortion and obscuring the true performance of value investing in global markets, according to Realindex.
Consortium eyes Link Group
KARREN VERGARA  |  TUESDAY, 13 OCT 2020
Two private equity firms are spearheading a takeover of Link Group to acquire 100% of the ASX-listed administrator.
Half of UK pension funds seek buy-out
JAMIE WILLIAMSON  |  MONDAY, 12 OCT 2020
About half of all UK defined benefit pension funds are now targeting a buy-out as their long-term objective, new research shows.
Evans Dixon to rebrand
KARREN VERGARA  |  MONDAY, 12 OCT 2020
Evans Dixon plans to rebrand and remove 'Dixon' from its name after former chief Alan Dixon severed all ties with the ASX-listed firm.
Leadership spills spell new era: RIAA
ELIZABETH MCARTHUR  |  MONDAY, 12 OCT 2020
Responsible Investment Association of Australasia chief executive Simon O'Connor has said executive leadership spills at major Australian corporates are heralding in a new era of ESG accountability.
Disruption not sustainable: Schroders
ANNABELLE DICKSON  |  MONDAY, 12 OCT 2020
Stocks that have the ability to disrupt certain sectors like technology are likely to be disrupted themselves, according to Schroders.
Sydney boutique sharpens focus on HNWs
KANIKA SOOD  |  FRIDAY, 9 OCT 2020
A Sydney real estate fund manager has established a private wealth division, as it sees opportunities to snap up new assets for syndicates of wealthy investors.
Active portfolios post stellar returns
KARREN VERGARA  |  FRIDAY, 9 OCT 2020
Two actively managed global equities portfolios have vastly outperformed their peers and respective benchmarks, with one fund manager delivering a whopping 96% for the year.
Brisbane Mater acquired for $122.5m
ELIZA BAVIN  |  FRIDAY, 9 OCT 2020
Mater Misericordiae, Queensland's largest Catholic, not-for-profit hospital, has been acquired by Charter Hall Social Infrastructure REIT for $122.5 million.
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