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|The chief executive of Mirova has refused to sign a pledge from global investors calling on nation leaders to invest sustainably in the recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic, saying they are hollow words.|
|Regal Funds Management's Atlantic Absolute Return Fund returned 12.50% in May but is still down 61.65% since the start of the year.|
|New Morningstar data names the equities funds that tallied up the highest returns in the 12-months ending May 31, with Baillie Gifford, Nikko and Perpetual funds among the winners.|
|UBS has added a new fund from CBRE Clarion to its lineup that will invest in listed and unlisted real assets for sophisticated investors in Australia.|
|BetaShares today listed a currency-hedged version of its Global Quality Leaders ETF and will launch similar versions of two other ETFs in the coming weeks, as local investors' appetite for currency hedging grows.|
|Antipodes Partners investment boss Jacob Mitchell believes less popular stocks might soon outperform the market's current winners.|
|CMC Markets has launched a new derivatives platform to provide access to thousands of single stock CFDs in Australia, the US, Europe and Asia.|
|Charter Hall announced the acquisition of a $115 million logistics property as part of two of its industrial property funds.|
|Aberdeen Standard Investments (ASI) has launched a new global small caps fund, offering access to high-growth opportunities and portfolio diversification.|
|House prices rose during the March quarter, despite expectations for the opposite, according to the latest statistics published by REIA.|
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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