September 22, 2019

Big fiduciary roles in transition: IFM and Sunsuper

Brett Himbury is retiring as chief executive of IFM Investors and Bernard Reilly is making a comeback as the next chief executive of Sunsuper. The two moves juxtapose neatly. They also indicate the human strains of running big financial organisations.

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Raewyn Williams

Why funds should act now on retirement products

The CIPR legislation, whereby big super funds need to have a retirement products strategy in place by July next year and the ability to implement it by July 2022, has taken what seems like forever to get going. But funds

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Euromoney likely to exit media and conferences

Euromoney, the London Stock Exchange-listed information company, which recently pulled out of its conference interests in Australia and New Zealand, has now decided to review the entirety of its asset management division, which includes the global publication Institutional Investor. Euromoney, announced

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The big story, says DWS – how to cope with the downturn

They may look unstable at the moment, given the uncertainties in the developed versus the developing world, but emerging markets probably represent the best prospects for our future. The big “contrarian trades” at the moment are international versus US and

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Risk-free report finds ‘all good’ at NZ Super

It’s all boringly good at the NZ Superannuation Fund (NZS): another year of bumper returns; another $1 billion taxpayer top-up; and, another glowing independent assessment report, this time courtesy of Willis Towers Watson (WTW). But after scraping back the thin

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