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Investment boutique Walter Scott and Partners is no stranger to proudly trumpeting its Scottish roots....

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  • Holistic investment advice

    Poor Norm Carey. Life hasn't been too kind to the failed Perth property magnate after his Westpoint group went down the tube....

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  • ABN AMRO bowls 'em over

    ABN Amro Reverse Mortgages is targeting an entirely different investor to the usual suspects in the institutional market - whitehaired retir...

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  • David Conry

    Queenslander of the year David Conry won recognition for his work in setting up Youngcare to help young adults with disabilities find suitab...

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  • Diversifying risk through concentration

    The 12 months to December 2006 was widely acclaimed as another great period for Australian equity investors with the share market returning ...

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  • Bring it on

    Everyone seemed to know there were more enforceable undertakings (EU) coming after AMP's were revealed last July....

    by Julia Newbould
  • Recommended reading

    Axa tracks insurance, Tyndall upgrades portfolio system, ShareInvest beefed up, ING markets super calculator, FKP fund oversubscribed and Ma...

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  • Primed for 80 per cent growth

    Prime Financial Group plans to exceed profit estimates by 80 per cent following merger activity and a large jump in half year...

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  • Morningstar to buy S&P business

    S&P has agreed to sell its data business to Morningstar in a deal worth US$55 million....

    by Julia Newbould
  • Watchdog clips fraudster's wings

    Corporate regulator grounds Sydney director accused of $9.9 million scam....

    by Victoria Young
  • $1m deadline top priority for advisers

    The super contribution deadline is keeping advisers on their toes, according to Axa technical manager Robert Thomas. ...

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  • Westpoint spruiker has bail extended

    The first Westpoint director to face criminal charges over the property collapse has had his bail extended until April 3....

    by Madeleine Collins
  • Super funds eye infrastructure

    Super funds would increase their allocation to infrastructure as they looked for ways to soak up uninvested cash and governments continued t...

    by Christine St Anne
  • Investa targets European property

    Investa Property Group has teamed up with a German fund manager to offer Australian investors the opportunity to invest in commercial proper...

    by Charlie Corbett
  • Financial planning fuels WHK Group result

    Australia's fifth largest accounting group posts record results boosted by strong growth in financial services...

    by Victoria Young
  • Planners dump Godfrey Pembroke

    Shadforths takes on Arnheim Gillard, after the group decides to leave Godfrey Pembroke...

    by Madeleine Collins
  • IOOF pulls off record half-year result

    A year of changes to IOOF's product line up has seen a net profit jump of 38 per cent for the half year....

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  • Equity Trustees eyes super buy-out

    Equity Trustees Limited is set to take over Australian Unity Investments' corporate superannuation business....

    by Madeleine Collins
  • Ex-pollie to chair MFS

    Two resign and one is appointed in the MFS restructure....

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  • Life in the fast lane

    Dick Johnson thought he backed a winner when he signed up Westpoint as his team's multi-year sponsor...

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