election

Unintentional

Catholic by name, catholic by nature

In his seventh year as chair of Catholic Super in Victoria, Peter Bugden can comfortably say he’s witnessed notable growth in the fund. What first began in 1971 as a niche offering to Catholic school employees is now an Australia-wide public offer fund, with around $5 billion under management following a period of growth – […]
Investment Strategy

Election train anathema to finance industry

Prime Minister Julia Gillard says the marathon election campaign which will dominate public life this year is all about delivering certainty, but the length of the campaign risks leaving the financial industry hanging on several key issues. There is no doubt the Labor government has delivered some significant financial reform: there has been Future of […]
Hedge Funds

AIST to vote on board changes at next week's AGM

AIST members will vote on a new board which will have more flexibility in the appointment of an independent director – at the annual general meeting at 10am next Monday, just prior to the opening of the CMSF conference at the Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre.