“Moving to the Morningstar name is a further step in uniting our investment management, data, research, ratings, and technology capabilities under one global brand,” Ibbotson Associates Australia managing director Chris Galloway said in a statement.
“We’re proud of our history of innovative research and asset allocation expertise, and we remain committed to leveraging our local and global capabilities to produce great outcomes for Australian investors,” he said.
The Morningstar Investment Management group currently has 11 investment advisory subsidiaries.
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