Women in Super names 2017 scholarship winnersBY MICHELLE BALTAZAR | FRIDAY, 19 MAY 2017 12:54PM
Women in Super continues its advocacy for better female representation on superannuation boards and leadership roles through its scholarship programme, now in its third year running.
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Long term Bond Investors Shouldn't Fear Rate Rises
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At the request of both parties, the Federal Court has referred the proceedings between CBA and AUSTRAC to mediation.
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Australia's largest superannuation fund appointed a $109 billion fund manager to advise on investment opportunities in the European office and retail sectors.
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Despite the market volatility and challenges 2018 has thrown at advisers, this is a good time to cut through the short-term noise and reflect on opportunities that'll pay off in the long run, according leading fund managers.
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