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Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA) today announced that it has entered into an agreement to sell its global asset management business, Colonial First State Global Asset Management (CFSGAM), also known outside of Australia as First State Investments, to Mitsubishi UFJ Trust and Banking Corporati...
First State Investments announces the appointment of Adrian Hilderly as Head of FSI Ireland. In this new role, Adrian will oversee First State’s new Irish management company (FSI Ireland) which has received approval from the Central Bank of Ireland.
Leading global investment manager, First State Investments, has announced the launch of their third European Diversified Infrastructure Fund (EDIF III).
Mark Lazberger has announced today that he is leaving Colonial First State Global Asset Management (CFSGAM) (also known internationally as First State Investments), having spent 10 years at the helm as Chief Executive Officer.
First State Investments (‘First State’) announces that its Irish management company (FSI Ireland) is now operational with the appointment of four new additional roles, on the back of regulatory approval received from the Central Bank of Ireland (‘CBI’) in February 2019.
Leading global investment manager, First State Investments, today announced four global leadership appointments.
First State Investments (‘First State’) announces the launch of the First State China A Shares Fund, a sub-fund of its Dublin-domiciled UCITS Fund. The Fund is designed to meet the growing demand from investors for exposure to companies in mainland China, through securities listed on the Chinese ...
Leading global investment manager, First Sentier Investors, has appointed Jane Daniel as Chief Risk Officer, effective 1 January 2023.
Leading global investment manager, First State Investments today announced the completion of its sale from Commonwealth Bank of Australia to Mitsubishi UFJ Trust and Banking Corporation, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group, Inc. (MUFG), for US$2.7 billion.
Leading global investment manager, First Sentier Investors (FSI), today announced its certification as a B Corporation (B Corp), a global certification obtained if a company meets high social and environmental performance standards, transparency and accountability.
First Sentier Investors appoints Jacqueline Lowe as an additional independent non-executive director
First Sentier Investors has appointed Jacqueline Lowe to the board of First Sentier Investors (UK) Funds Limited as an additional independent non-executive director. Lowe will be responsible for providing independent, strategic guidance and oversight to the company.
First Sentier Investors today announced the appointment of Melanie Halsey as Chief People and Culture Officer, based in London, reporting to the CEO Mark Steinberg.
Leading global investment manager, First Sentier Investors (FSI), has appointed Kate Turner as Global Head of Responsible Investment (RI) and bolstered its RI team with four new appointments.
David Allen brings with him more than 20 years of global asset management experience where he specialised in building investment businesses and leading investment teams.
The First Sentier MUFG Sustainable Investment Institute, a joint venture initiative between First Sentier Investors and Mitsubishi UFJ Trust and Banking Corporation, has published new research on the growing issue of microfibre pollution.
First State Investments (First State) today announces Niall Mills’ appointment to Head of Global Infrastructure Investments of the Unlisted Infrastructure business following Perry Clausen’s promotion to Global Chief Investment Officer.
First Sentier Investors and MUFG appoint head of First Sentier MUFG Sustainable Investment Institute
Velina Karadzhova will be responsible for developing the institute’s research programme which will include macro-level research on sustainable investment topics, market trends and industry practices
Government fiscal and debt metrics are strong but pro-growth fiscal policy risks deterioration. At the point they are forced into using fiscal buffers, the market will have repriced the risk sharply.