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Super women: Female-led funds on topBY ALLY SELBY | FRIDAY, 6 MAR 2020 12:35PM
Super funds with female trustees and female leaders can boost their member's super by $100,000 over their working life.
Read more: Women, Rainmaker Information, Alex Dunnin, APRA, CareSuper, Catholic Super, CBA Group Super, CSC, EquipSuper, Kim Farrant, OECD, Sandra Buckley
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Australian asset managers are the fourth-fastest growing of their global peers, clocking in 11.9% in compounded annual growth over the last five years, says a new report from Willis Towers Watson.
The head of QSuper's advice unit has departed after the superannuation fund restructured its financial-advice offering to members.
BlackRock has won a passive investment strategy mandate from AMP New Zealand for an undisclosed amount.
APRA and ASIC have published the latest data on life insurance claims and disputes, demonstrating the difference financial advisers make when it comes to TPD and trauma claims.
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