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|One of Australia's largest infrastructure investors has splashed $1.63 billion for a 49% stake in a Spanish water management company.|
|TAL and CommInsure each collected three accolades at the Association of Financial Advisers (AFA) Life Company of the Year Awards in Sydney last night, and it was the former which won the top gong.|
|Financial advisers and superannuation funds understand the stakes behind cyber incidents but it's not reflected in business preparation and protection processes.|
|Deferment of several superannuation reforms until July 2019 means providers of super and retirement calculators have an extension to comply with a requirement that they must account for inflation.|
|Financial advisers must understand their respective practices will face increased pressure and industry disruption if they fail to properly account for the fundamentals of client longevity.|
|The association representing Australia's burgeoning fintech industry is searching for a new leader following the resignation of its chief executive on Friday.|
|Big data 2.0 remains in its early stages for quantitative asset managers as they attempt to be less dependent on history and evolve with more forward-looking risk considerations, especially around ESG and sustainable investing.|
|A global institution is placing $225 million with Aviva Investors to be the asset manager's cornerstone investor for its latest fund launch in Australia.|
|Fund administration giant Link Group is sizing its opportunity to enter the UK pension market. It has also signed two industry super funds with $9 billion under management.|
|Digital financial advice provider Decimal has renewed its partnership with a $72 billion industry superannuation fund; rolled out its Eqilize solution at an $8 billion industry fund; and signed a pilot contract with a "major diversified bank."|
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Delay in progress on the development of MyRetirement (CIPRs) products may not be due to a lack of initiative from superannuation funds but rather reluctance around expenditure.
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A $7.4 billion corporate superannuation fund is partnering with GBST to provide members with the maximum tax benefits available to them following the latest super reforms.
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Though an increase in the Fed funds rate this month might be a benign conclusion, what the Fed does after March is still up for grabs.
TAL and CommInsure each collected three accolades at the Association of Financial Advisers (AFA) Life Company of the Year Awards in Sydney last night, and it was the former which won the top gong.
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