University to probe reverse mortgagesBY KANIKA SOOD | TUESDAY, 11 JUN 2019 12:09PM
The University of New South Wales' business school is starting a two-year research project on reverse mortgages to find why their uptake has been slow in Australia.
Read more: Australia, ASIC, Household Capital, University of New South Wales, Australians, Dr Joshua Funder, Dr Katja Hanewald, Great Financial Crisis, Professor Hazel Bateman, UNSW Business School
|Sponsored by OnePath Life|
Join us on the New Path
Insurance in superannuation is now opt-in only for new members under the age of 25 and those with low account balances, after the government's Putting Members' Interest First super reforms passed through the Senate yesterday.
Intrust Super has relaunched its robo-advice offering, increasing the solution's speed while decreasing the user input requirements.
Brett Himbury, the chief executive of the $148 billion industry-super-owned fund manager, is stepping down after a decade in the role in a surprise announcement made this morning.
The Federal Court of Australia has found IOOF did not contravene the Superannuation Industry Supervision Act in the case brought against its APRA-regulated entities by the prudential regulator.
|Brought to you by|
|Keep up to date, don't be the last to know! Get the Financial Standard Daily Newsletter.|