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|A court has blocked an attempt by Sargon's Chinese lender to freeze the assets of Phil Kingston, as the latter heads towards public questioning next month.|
|An Australian fund manager has made the best female global fund managers list for the second year in a row.|
|Institutional asset allocators face an increasingly complex investment landscape, but do not have the tools to efficiently implement and manage new strategies, according to Milestone Group.|
|The industry fund is adding a long/short manager to its Australian equities allocation after sticking with long-only strategies.|
|The billionaire investor is set to ask OneVue shareholders to bid against Iress's revised offer for 43 cents per share, ahead of a shareholder vote on October 9.|
|The proliferation of products in the booming exchange-traded funds market is confusing investors and making it impossible to make like-for-like comparisons.|
|The coronavirus has wiped out the performance gains of active fund managers against their respective benchmarks, according to the latest SPIVA scorecard.|
|Fidelity International has launched an actively-managed global fund that invests in small- to mid-caps.|
|Mayfair 101 founder James Mawhinney has accused ASIC of a witch hunt, saying a provisional liquidators' report proves M101 Nominees had no "smoking gun" - but the report actually refers to the company's business model as unsustainable.|
|Retirees will need to be 100% allocated to equities and greatly elevate their portfolio risk to meet most income needs in the current low yield environment, according to Vanguard.|
ASIC deputy chair Karen Chester brought to light discrepancies in Daniel Crennan's resignation statement in front of a senate hearing, clarifying the dates that he found out about the issues that led to his resignation.
The Australian Stock Exchange has pushed back the CHESS replacement date by another year to April 2023.
The Victims of Financial Fraud (VOFF) group have written to senators slamming ASIC chair James Shipton for ignoring their requests for help but finding "time to submerge his own head in the trough allegedly at taxpayer expense".
HUB24 announced a series of significant transactions, including plans to acquire Xplore Wealth and the sale of its financial advice business.
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