| | MONDAY, 16 JAN 2017 12:19PMSelf-managed superannuation fund investors were not spooked during last year's share market volatility, with analysis showing they were the largest net investors in the ASX Top 20 during 2016.|
|NAB is collaborating with an SMSF administration provider to launch a new SMSF set-up service.|
|The average SMSF balance of females has grown 24%, demonstrating that women are becoming increasingly engaged with their superannuation.|
|Even if 75% of SMSF holders report being satisfied with their fund choice, a new UBS/FSC report suggests a lot of uncertainty in the sector about retirement adequacy and government policy.|
|Self-managed super fund trustees are increasingly turning to online resources to access information on investment, regulatory changes and diversification methods.|
|SMSF members need to embrace fintech to minimise the erosion of returns and add simplicity to the costs of both asset ownership and administration.|
|SuperConcepts' low-cost SMSF administration service iSaver is adding DomaCom's property fund to its platform.|
|The Administrative Appeals Tribunal has overturned an ASIC decision to disqualify an SMSF auditor.|
|Voting is underway for America's 45th president. Here's what industry experts have to say about the impact of the elections on global wealth, including Australian investors.|
|New data from SuperConcepts shows SMSF trustees are turning to hybrids as an alternative source of income returns.|
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Innovation can sometimes come from the most unexpected places. In this case, it came from one of the country's largest insurers, AIA Australia.
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