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Endangered species: the Australian financial adviser

Australian investors are moving away from the old culture of entrusting their money with personal investment consultants, in favour of institutional fund managers that can actively manage portfolios. That, at least, is the message of Russell Pillemer, the chief executive officer of Pengana Capital, a Sydney headquartered asset manager. “Investors burned their hands in the past recession,” he says. “Investment…

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