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Super decades away from maturity
By Darren Snyder  |  In Superannuation
1:00 pm
Yesterday
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IOOF chair calls for ASIC funding
By Alex Burke  |  In Regulatory
12:45 pm
Yesterday
IOOF chair Roger Sexton has called for Government to provide further funding to ASIC so the regulator can handle whistleblowers more efficiently. Read more
Industry fears the Uber of finance
By Laura Millan  |  In Technology
12:45 pm
Yesterday
Financial services stakeholders fear that it is only a matter of time before technology companies take over the sector, just like Uber has bypassed the taxi industry, a BNP Paribas report showed. Read more
Super and pension work together
By Alex Burke  |  In Superannuation
12:30 pm
Yesterday
Common misunderstandings about the interplay between superannuation and the age pension are driving public uncertainty about Australia's retirement income system. Read more
FEATURE: Custody under review
By Darren Snyder  |  In Investment, Superannuation
12:25 pm
Yesterday
Custodians are a vital organ for super funds and asset managers. Darren Snyder explores the trillion-dollar industry. Read more
Dalton Nicol Reid boosts investment team
By Alex Burke  |  In Executive Appointments
12:25 pm
Yesterday
Dalton Nicol Reid has appointed a new member to its investment team. Read more
Obsession with stability is killing returns
By Laura Millan  |  In Investment
12:10 pm
Yesterday
An obsession with stability is moving investors away from all kinds of opportunities; from healthcare and IT mega caps to tobacco, fracking or coal, according to Ariel Investments chief investment officer Rupal Bhansali. Read more
Action plans for Indigenous super
By Darren Snyder  |  In Superannuation
11:55 am
Yesterday
HESTA is the first industry superannuation fund to launch a Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) aiming to further build its relationships with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander stakeholders. Read more
NZ Super Fund heavy on growth
By Darren Snyder  |  In Superannuation
12:05 pm
Yesterday
The portfolio that holds the majority of New Zealand Superannuation Fund investments will keep its 80% growth and 20% fixed income ratio in order to meet an ongoing return mandate. Read more
FPA awards open to submissions
By Alex Burke  |  In Financial Planning
12:30 pm
Yesterday
The Financial Planning Association of Australia (FPA) has opened its 2015 awards to submissions. Read more
China FTA gives Australia "first mover advantage"
By Laura Millan  |  In Investment
12:00 pm
Yesterday
The China Australia Free Trade Agreement (FTA) will give Australian financial services companies a competitive edge that their peers in the United States or Japan don't have. Read more
Make it December (for now)
By Benjamin Ong  |  In Economics
9:55 am
Yesterday
Just as RBA Gov Glenn wondered whether Australia's trend growth is now lower than 3% -- 3.5%, maybe America's NAIRU (non-accelerating inflation rate of unemployment) has also gone down from the estimated 5.0%. Read more
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