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|The pandemic has created compelling investment opportunities in emerging markets, while the bigger players face increasing scrutiny over their bungled responses and dismal transparency.|
|New analysis from Rainmaker Information shows the Australian ETF industry has become more competitive over the years.|
|A Melbourne investment company has gained approval to list on the Canadian Securities Exchange.|
|Westpac sold its 9.5% stake in Pendal Group after market close yesterday sweeping clean its stake, and will continue to withdraw from the $14 billion in assets that Pendal currently manages for it.|
|The $50 billion exchange traded funds issuer has made the case for equal weight investing, arguing a skewed exposure towards smaller stocks can outperform during periods of market recovery.|
|A Melbourne equities boutique and a Swiss private bank have entered a two-way distribution partnership, as each looks to tap into the other's markets.|
|New research from MSCI aims to explore the correlation between environmental, social and governance factors and performance by breaking down a company's ESG score by the letter.|
|Advisers using HUB24 will soon be able to invest in four State Street Global Advisors ETF model portfolios on behalf of their clients.|
|Global hedge funds have posted another month in the green, with roughly one fourth of fund strategies now reporting positive returns for the year.|
|Mayfair 101 has settled its trademark dispute with Platinum Investment Management over the use of the word "platinum" in the Mayfair Platinum brand.|
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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