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Women-led super funds outperformBY KARREN VERGARA | MONDAY, 8 MAR 2021 12:23PM
New research shows superannuation funds with females holding an executive position continue to outperform male counterparts.
Read more: Rainmaker, Aware Super, Australia, CareSuper, Commonwealth Superannuation Corporation, HESTA, Media Super, TASPLAN, Alex Dunnin, APRA, Australian Defence Force Super, AustralianSuper, BUSSQ MySuper, Cbus, Challenger, Club Plus, Energy Super, ESSSuper, Guild Super, Hostplus, NGS Super Accumulation, Pooja Antil, REI Super, Statewide Super, TelstraSuper, Telstra Super, Vision Super
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