Bernard Foley, Vanessa Stoykov and Michael Klim

Evolution wins global gold for finance TV series

Evolution Media, a part of the OneVue investor services group, has won a Gold Stevie Award at the International Business Awards for its ‘Secrets of the Money Masters’ educational series of television programs. The Stevies, which have been going for

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Jeff Bresnahan and Jason Clarke

Founders bow out in style at SuperRatings and Lonsec

by Greg Bright Jeff Bresnahan and Jason Clarke, the two founders of SuperRatings in 2002, have sold their combined stake of 37 per cent in the holding company Lonsec Holdings, of which Bresnahan is still chairman and Clarke still a

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Will Baylis

Martin Currie sells down Rio Tinto on governance issue

It’s not only big super funds, such as Australian Super, which have taken a stick to Rio Tinto over the destruction of a 46,000-year-old Aboriginal heritage site at Juukan Gorge in Western Australia, forcing the departure of the chief executive,

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Jon Dorfman and Don Leitch

It pays to be quick off the mark with credit strategies

Credit managers have come into their own since the global financial crisis. First it was the search for yield as interest rates headed towards zero around the world. Now it is more about diversification, protection – particularly against another correction

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Future role of COOs in funds management getting complex

The scrambling which happened among big businesses following the COVID-19 outbreak, starting March 2020 in Australia, where chief operating officers (COO) directed traffic for thousands of employees to be able to work from home and still deliver good service for

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Sean Henaghan

Henaghan calls an end to long day at AMP Capital

by David Chaplin After more than 16 years at AMP Capital, plus a planned 15-month sabbatical which turned into 19 months, Sean Henaghan, the former leader of AMP’s multi-asset and multi-manager investment capabilities, last week quit the firm. He is

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Asset servicing needs: as alternatives managers diversify

Even before the fallout from COVID-19 hit home, hedge funds and other alternatives managers had been looking to diversify their offerings to cater to a shifting investment environment. This has had “strong implications” for their operating models as well as

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John Donovan

Pensions for Purpose impact group holds first Aussie event

John Donovan, the head of AFM Investment Partners, based in Melbourne, has organised the first ‘Pensions for Purpose’ event for an Australian audience, in conjunction with asset consultancy Atchison Consultants. The virtual ‘afternoon tea’ was held last week (September 15).

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