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Test-induced movement marginal: DataBY JAMIE WILLIAMSON | WEDNESDAY, 10 NOV 2021 12:33PM
Only a handful of Aussies whose super fund failed the inaugural performance test have taken action and closed their accounts, according to APRA.Read more: APRA, BT, LUCRF Super, Maritime Super, AMG MySuper, Margaret Cole, Asgard Employee Super, ACSRF, AustralianSuper, AvSuper, Aware Super, BOC Super, Christian Super, Colonial First State, Commonwealth Bank Group Super, EISS Super, Equip, Financial Standard, VISSF
Pendal Group has appointed a new chair in Deborah Page.
The US $3.5 trillion asset manager State Street Global Advisors has released its annual proxy letter to portfolio companies, putting ASX-listed companies on notice.
Former politician John Brogden has taken on a new role with Colonial First State.
As the federal government released its draft plan to end violence against women and children, the superannuation industry is calling for action on financial abuse and control.
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