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MySuper lifecycle funds lead the packBY DARREN SNYDER | WEDNESDAY, 30 NOV 2016 1:00PM
The latest Rainmaker Information report indicates several bank-owned MySuper products are increasing their position in the highly competitive superannuation marketplace, especially through lifecycle funds.
Read more: Australia, Rainmaker Information, ANZ Smart Choice Super, AustralianSuper, BT Super for Life MySuper, BUSSQ, Cbus, CFS First Choice, MTAA, REST Industry Super, Statewide, Suncorp, total MySuper, UniSuper
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BT head of financial literacy and advocacy Bryan Ashenden has observed a significant increase in calls for technical support from financial advisers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Hedge funds in April posted their highest one-month returns since May 2009, but still have a long way to go before they can pare back March quarter losses.
At a hearing of the House of Representatives Standing Committee on Economics that was supposed to focus on ME Bank's recent troubles, the super funds performing poorly in terms of early release copped surprise criticism.
Hamish Douglass' Magellan Financial Group has launched a listed active ETF fund in partnership with Airlie Funds Management, with promises of reducing friction and costs for investors.
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