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|... roll in of associated industry groups within the traditional industry sectors, said HOSTPLUS Chief Executive Officer, David Elia. "We have outstripped our already healthy annual average growth in FUM of 28 per cent over the last five years both at year ...|
|... employees which is why we now have two distinctive superannuation offerings, says Hostplus chief executive officer David Elia. For a $2 weekly fee executive members will have access to 20 investment options, flexible insurance options including death ...|
|... performance which is generally a poor indicator of future performance," adds Chant. Hostplus chief executive officer David Elia says, "The 5 Apples rating is encouraging because it discredits our critics who dismiss industry super as only having a low ...|
|... fixed income portfolio to manage the risks associated with rising interest rates," says Hostplus's chief executive David Elia. The mandate will invest in the Loomis Sayles bank loan product which will aim to preserve capital and deliver steady returns ...|
|... licence granted yesterday from the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA). Hostplus chief executive officer David Elia says that its 630,000 members from the hospitality, tourism, recreation and leisure sector can now be confident that their ...|
|... $2.6 billion. The number of employer members would be increased by 1,800 to around 22,000. Hostplus chief executive David Elia said the deal would give the fund strong representation in all states and territories. The merger follows the opening of a ...|
AIA Australia's newly launched advice business has named a chief executive to lead its efforts, as the life insurer brings some Commonwealth Financial Planning advisers into the fold.
Yesterday's Standing Committee hearings on financial advice suggested the corporate regulator and industry superannuation funds are the only ones benefiting from increasing costs.
The superannuation startup geared at self-employed workers is looking to raise $1.5 million, as it sets it sights on 60,000 members in five years.
The Australian Financial Complaints Authority (AFCA) has made changes to its procedures to weed out complaints where the consumer didn't really suffer any financial harm.
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