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Welcome to MM Funds Management newsletter

Welcome to the second edition of Money Management’s Funds Management newsletter, a new weekly initiative that focuses on the investment side of the financial services sector. Read more

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Nikko aims to build trust, a brand and a business

Fund managers have not had to articulate their own value proposition for some time according to the new head of Nikko Asset Management Australia but the market can expect to hear more about… Read more
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Promoter of non-existent fund banned for four years

ASIC has banned the promoter of a fund that has never existed from providing financial services for four years. Read more

Australian market still lags in disclosure and regulation

The Australian funds management sector still lags in the key areas of disclosure and regulation while leading in the areas of fees and openess of its market according to a worldwide… Read more
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Vanguard expands ETF to cover China A-shares

Vanguard has been granted permission to offer China A-shares via one of its ETF products and will offer the exposure in the coming weeks. Read more

ETFs funds and products steam ahead

The level of funds under management and the products offered in the ETF sector have continued to power on creating 16 months of uninterrupted growth and a record total FUM figure. Read more

Investors shift to global equities after dollar drop

Investors have started to shift from Australian equities driven offshore by a falling dollar which has made international markets more attractive. Read more

New faces at SGH, Bennelong and Grant Samuel

Three investment managers - SGH, Bennelong and Grant Samuel - have named new senior hires in the areas of research and sales. Read more
 
 
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