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  • 1 Year change-36.23%
  • Beta1.6453
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About the company

Challenger Ltd is an Australia-based company that provides annuity and operates as a fund manager in Australia. The Company operates through two segments: Life and Funds Management. The Life segment mainly comprises Challenger Life Company Limited (CLC), a provider of annuities and guaranteed retirement income products. Its products are distributed through independent financial advisers and financial advisers tied to the administrative platforms serviced by four Australian banks and AMP. The Funds Management segment focuses on the retirement savings phase of Australia’s superannuation system. The Funds Management segment comprises two business divisions: Fidante Partners and Challenger Investment Partners (CIP). Fidante Partners includes investments in boutique investment managers that each operate under their own brands. CIP develops and manages assets for CLC and under Challenger’s brand on behalf of third-party institutional investors.

  • Revenue in AUD (TTM)2.70bn
  • Net income in AUD522.10m
  • Incorporated2003
  • Employees717.00
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