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Industry Superannuation Property Trust

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A qualified accountant, town planner and fund manager, Owen has been involved in property asset management and investment evaluation for over 25 years, including launching the Industry Superannuation Property Trust and being the key property consultant in establishing the Asset Management Group of the ANZ Bank. From 1997 to 2001, Owen was managing director of York Capital Group Limited and from 2001 to 2006 he held the corresponding position with WRF Property Limited, a licensed responsible entity. During these years, he was responsible for the successful development and operation of a series of property syndicates and funds ...
Sydney - The Emerald City's colour of green
This article, based on extensive interviews with council staff and written reports, profiles the major strategies that will lead the council’s efforts – including its pitch for green energy infrastructure and its battles to scale the institutional barriers. While global leaders wrangle over emission trading schemes and Australia’s federal politicians stare down each other over who has the biggest great big tax, major cities involved in the global C40 initiative are supposedly getting on with the business of showing by doing. While most experts still agree that a reduction in global emissions needs to be addressed using some ... market research, surveys and trends
One last fight to save the Regent | Courier Mail Arts Blog
THE State Government has dug in its heels against growing community anger over the demolition of the historic Regent Theatre. As the theatre hosted the Brisbane premiere of Sex and the City 2 last night, a senior minister said the city did not need another large theatre venue. “We’ve got QPAC, we don’t need to build another one,” Infrastructure and Planning Minister Stirling Hinchliffe said yesterday. His comments came ahead of a protest rally today at 11am at Brisbane Square to save the Regent Theatre, set to be demolished to make way for a 38-storey office tower. Protesters are calling on the State ... market research, surveys and trends


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(Industry Superannuation Property Trust) will retain ... The sale price of $133 million represents a yield of. 7.5 percent on the projected net rental. ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
KeyPoint Partners Retail RoundUp: April 2008
In her black leather jacket with "Patriot Place" stitched in red and blue on the front, National Amusements president Shari Redstone linked arms yesterday with her new partners Robert and Jonathan Kraft at a glitzy press conference to launch Showcase Live. In August, the new state-of-the-art live entertainment venue will open at the Krafts' shopping extravaganza, Patriot Place, next to Gillette Stadium. The new venue will have 500 seats, dinner service, and acts from Chaka Khan to Dave Brubeck to Boyz II Men. Redstone, 54, has focused on reinventing the Dedham movie business and quieting family clashes that ... industry trends, business articles and survey research


Down Little Lon: An Introduction to the Casselden Place ...
Nov 30, 2006 ... the Industry Superannuation Property Trust (ISPT) in April 2002, in anticipation of a major building development project. ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Item 8b: Environmental Initiative on Utility Industry Transparency
Sep 19, 2005 ... Superannuation. Fund (CSF). Central. Finance. Board of the Methodist. Church. CERES. Conunerzbank. Conneticut. Retirement. Plans and Trust ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
MBS: Tax review should think twice on dividend imputation and super
A combination of good luck and good management has kept Australia relatively unscathed so far in the economic crisis. Our economy crept along at 0.4 per cent growth over the past 12 months, versus declines of more than 6 per cent in the United States and a savage 10 per cent in Japan. Our unemployment rate is still only 5.5 per cent, versus 9.2 per cent and rising in the US.In the good luck column is the resilience of property prices, underwritten by Australia's rapid population growth, and the persistently high terms of trade that are down from a peak of 120 but still much higher than their 2004 level of 75. The good ...
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The rule of caveat emptor says that the buyer should be careful while purchasing the goods and should ascertain that the goods suit his purpose. He cannot blame the seller if there was an implied undertaking by the seller that he shall supply such goods as to suit the buyer. The words Caveat Emptor mean buyer beware. For instance, if A purchases a horse from B, for the purpose of horse-riding, a fact that he does not disclose to C. The horse however is not suitable for horse-riding, but only for drawing carriage. Applying the rule of Caveat Emptor, A can neither reject the horse, nor claim compensation from C. The following are ...
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The global economic turndown has led to an unprecedented hardship in the lives of those that came after the great depression of the 1930s. The word financial crisis or global recession generally suggests a decline in economic activities, exceeding a period of six months The root causes of the financial crisis have been suggested as bust in the housing bubble (an artificial inflation in real estate prices) and bust of commodity boom. Other causes of the current financial crisis include, Easy Credit, Sock Market Collapse, Dollar Crisis, Media Influence and Power- Mediocrity Grip. A lot of governments worldwide are currently ...