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Investment Strategy

After-tax benchmarks to hit Aussie shores

Australian equities benchmarks showing the tax impacts of franking credits and off-market share buy-backs are expected to be the first in a series of tax-aware indexes developed by FTSE and the Association of Superannuation Funds of Australia (ASFA), with input from an industry committee focused on mitigating tax on investments. Paul Hoff, managing director – […]
Investment Strategy

After-tax benchmarks to hit Aussie shores

Australian equities benchmarks showing the tax impacts of franking credits and off-market share buy-backs are expected to be the first in a series of tax-aware indexes developed by FTSE and the Association of Superannuation Funds of Australia (ASFA), with input from an industry committee focused on mitigating tax on investments. Paul Hoff, managing director – […]
Investment Strategy

CMSF addresses the ‘GEC’

The ‘global ethical crisis’ will be the subject of the Conference of Major Super Funds 2009 opening plenary session, with World Vision chief executive Tim Costello discussing the effects of the financial meltdown beyond the headline economic figures.
Hedge Funds

CMSF addresses the 'GEC'

The ‘global ethical crisis’ will be the subject of the Conference of Major Super Funds 2009 opening plenary session, with World Vision chief executive Tim Costello discussing the effects of the financial meltdown beyond the headline economic figures.
Investment Strategy

Pile back into equities, ASI conference told

Investors should significantly overweight domestic and international equities exposures over the next 12 months, at the expense of property and fixed interest, Goldman Sachs JB were chief economist Tim Toohey told the Australian Super Investors conference at Port Douglas yesterday.
Hedge Funds

Pile back into equities, ASI conference told

Investors should significantly overweight domestic and international equities exposures over the next 12 months, at the expense of property and fixed interest, Goldman Sachs JB were chief economist Tim Toohey told the Australian Super Investors conference at Port Douglas yesterday.