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Wellington Management


Wellington Management established its Sydney office in 1997. Today the firm has a substantial local presence in terms of clients and functions.

Client portfolios are invested across a wide range of global equity, fixed income, and other investment approaches, and clients invest through separate accounts or commingled funds.

Our Sydney team includes professionals in relationship management, business development, portfolio management, product management, client administration, compliance, and other functions.

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Autostrada AS-4

Autostrada AS-4

Knoll Office / Jonathan Crinion

Designed by Jonathan Crinion Architecture for the Workplace AutoStrada meets evolving workplace needs with innovative design from collaborative spaces for team interaction to private offices, ad... More



Knoll Office / Robert Reuter & Charles Rozier

Designed by Robert Reuter and Charles Rozier Fixed Equals Flexible  Currents is designed to support technology while simultaneously facilitating change. The service wall accommodates unlimit...

Diller Chair

Diller Chair

Minotti / Rodolfo Dordoni

The Minotti Diller lounge chair and side with chrome plated tubular steel base and frame in steel with elastic straps. Padded with multi density polyurethane foam with removable fabric or leather upho...

Reff Workstation

Reff Workstation

Knoll Office

Reff creates distinctive workplaces with unparalleled attention to detail. Worksurfaces, pedestals and storage are fully modular standard components. As needs change, freestanding components can be re...

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126 Phillip St

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The 31-level office tower is one of a new breed of Australian buildings to discard the central service core – a trademark of high rise design for more than 20 years. In a conventional office tower the central service core, containing lifts, toilets and kitchen areas, typically constrains useable space – where work stations and offices are arranged into a typi... More