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17 January 2007 • By Stephen Blaxhall • 1 min read

Returns smash 20 per cent again

Australian equity markets maintained their recent stellar run, once again posting 20 per cent plus returns for a third consecutive year

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Bravura develops first UK adviser-owned wrap

Bravura uses Australian wrap market technology to create a UK platform first.Software provider Bravura Solutions has developed the first UK ...

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Greiner gets top job at second major insurer

He set up the Independent Commission Against Corruption and now the former premier is a key player in an industry coming to ...

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Watchdog's New Year crackdown

ASIC has begun the New Year with a sweeping crackdown on company directors of failed businesses across Australia.ASIC has begun the New Year ...

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Heavy hitters in jobs shake up

Property group Stockland and Coca-Cola Amatil lose key executivesA number of financial services movers and shakers have taken new jobs during the ...

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No Christmas cheer for Westpoint bosses

Westpoint's embattled directors face prosecution as ASIC tightens the screws on the company.Westpoint's embattled directors face prosecution as ...

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Concentrated returns a risk

Investors looking to invest in concentrated stock portfolios must be willing to tolerate the risk of volatile performance, according to the latest ...

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Navigator adds 25 funds

Aviva adds 25 funds with a global focus to the Navigator platform.Twenty-five funds with a global focus have been added to the Aviva platform ...

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AMP moves up but Colonial retains lead

Colonial's market lead suffers second consecutive drop in 2006 as AMP edges closer to top spot.Colonial First State retained its position as ...

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ETF trading doubles

The number of exchange traded funds (ETF) traded on the ASX has almost doubled in the last twelve months, according to the ASX.The number of average ...

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