April 14, 2019

Sean Fenton

Fenton to go out on his own after leaving Tribeca

Sean Fenton, the highly regarded long/short manager at Tribeca Investment Partners, has left the firm and is talking to potential partners to set up on his own. He sold his shares in Tribeca last year. Fenton, who launched Tribeca’s ‘alpha

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James Gardner

Equity Trustees puts its stamp on Europe

Australia’s administration, trustee and software companies have a great track record in international expansion, unlike many other Australian companies in other industries. With the rapid growth in our super industry, that’s a good thing. It’s good to have Australians looking

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Alistair Calvert

Legg’s Clarion expands in European property

As the European property market starts to look a bit more interesting, compared with the US anyway, Clarion Partners, a Legg Mason affiliate manager, has spread its wings with the acquisition of Gramercy Europe, another property specialist manager. Clarion is

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Norman Tweeboom

New age of transparency for super funds

by Norman Tweeboom* The Royal Commission and Productivity Commission have sparked a ‘New Age of Transparency’ for Australia’s superannuation industry, joining it in the global march towards better retirement saving outcomes and experiences. How successful it will be relative to

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NZ Super sells out of 7 firearms companies

NZ Super has extended its ESG exclusions policy, ridding itself of any investments in companies involved in the manufacture or distribution of automatic and semi-automatic firearms and parts, which are now prohibited under New Zealand law. Seven international stocks have

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