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Consumer group slams super self-assessmentsBY ELIZABETH MCARTHUR | MONDAY, 30 AUG 2021 12:20PM
Super Consumers Australia has slammed super funds' member outcomes assessments (MOAs), finding several funds claiming to be acting in members' best interests even when fees are high and performance is lacklustre.Read more: Super Consumers Australia, AvSuper, Maritime Super, APRA, Mercer, MOA, Toyota Super, Suncorp, TWUSUPER, Catholic Super, Commonwealth Bank Group Super, Mine Super, MLC, Local Government Super, AMG, BT, Christian Super, Colonial First State, EISS Super, Equipsuper, Hostplus, LGIAsuper, LUCRF Super, MySuper, Qantas Super, Xavier O'Halloran
As he marks 90 days as chief executive, Matt Rady tells Financial Standard how, despite the industry exodus and the company's own challenges in 2021, financial advisers are increasingly turning to BT Financial Group.
The former head of wholesale distribution at BNP Paribas Asset Management has taken on a similar role at MFS Investment Management.
The Stockbrokers and Financial Advisers Association argues that potential reforms to education standards will put the industry on a level playing field with other professions.
The local branch of the UN Principles for Responsible Investing has bolstered its team, hiring Spirit Super's general manager for strategy.
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