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Is it time to look again at emerging market bonds?

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Do industry funds have a vested interest in supporting LIF?

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Financial services jobs outlook positive

Figures from the ABS have revealed a steady growth of roles in financial and insurance services, illustrating businesses were more easily adapting to volatile conditions, according to a recruiter. Read more

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A consortium of IFM Investors and AustralianSuper have submitted a bid to the NSW government to acquire a 50.4 per cent interest in a 99-year lease of Ausgrid. Read more
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Macquarie Life's risk business transfers to Zurich

Macquarie Life has transferred its FutureWise, Active, and Sumo policies to Zurich Australia. Read more

ASIC gives permanent ban after fraud charges

Sandeep Madhoji has been permanently banned from providing financial services after his strategy led 14 clients to collectively lose $3.3 million. Read more
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SG Hiscock selects new fund administrator

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Embracing the elephant in the room

Asian equities look to be on course to deliver strong returns over the long-term and planners are starting to look beyond the stigmas that are attached to the region, Hope William-Smith… Read more

Hauling ESG from the periphery

Responsible investment and investment returns are no longer mutually exclusive, and industry experts warn that those who do not get on-board risk a day of reckoning over the long-term, Malavika Santhebennur finds. Read more

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Is it time to reconsider emerging markets?

Josh Hall explores how Brexit has put emerging markets in a more favourable light and why they should be considered. Read more

Listed or unlisted infrastructure – why not both?

John Julian and Tim Humphreys look at how volatility has created opportunities for dedicated infrastructure equity managers. Read more
 
 
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