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A Liberman family investment company has topped up its investment in a small bank lender.
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The Heine family took advantage of Netwealth's strong results and buoyant share price yesterday to sell down about $76 million worth of shares in the company -- a tiny sliver of their expansive holding.
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Two former Morgan Stanley financial advisers have started a new private wealth firm focused on HNW and UHNW clients.
ELIZABETH MCARTHUR
A Lloyds auction of the estate of controversial former Queensland premier Joh Bjelke-Peterson produced mixed results.
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