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|... strategies, a common factor between the funds was their relatively low fees, each coming in at well under 1%. These funds are QSuper, which took the top 'fit cat' spot, followed by UniSuper and AustralianSuper. There are significant consequences for ...|
|... 11 outperformers were split almost evenly between not-for-profit super funds such as Equipsuper, First State Super and QSuper and retail funds such as Integra Super, Virgin Money and MLC.|
|... the "weakest performer" in an AFR article, bottoming the league table at 4.3% per annum, while rival super funds such as QSuper, UniSuper and Media Super blitzed the rankings, turning in returns of over 9% during FY19. Maritime chief executive Peter ...|
|QSuper will welcome its new chief investment officer in September as it farewells Brad Holzberger. Charles Woodhouse has been promoted to investments chief after serving as the QSuper's head of funds management since 2009. During that period, he ...|
|... Fund (94). The average mandate size varies widely. For example Christian Super's average mandate size is $27 million while QSuper's average mandate is $2.9 billion.|
|Members invested in QSuper's default balanced option will benefit from lower investment fees. In addition to the group insurance policy changes the $72 billion super fund introduced on July 1, investment fee changes have been rolled out. Investment ...|
|... group insurance policies, as well as its products and investment options in line with the Protecting Your Super reforms. QSuper is making changes to income protection waiting periods and benefit periods from July 1 will affect some members depending ...|
|... Commonwealth Superannuation Corporation, Diversa Trustees, First State Super, Mercer Superannuation, Perpetual Superannuation, QSuper, Rest, Cbus and Hostplus. The life insurers included: AMP Life, Challenger, MLC and TAL Life. As for the banks, ANZ ...|
|... the 60-69 year age cohort for example. Catholic Super had a 62% allocation to equities for the segment while others like QSuper, BT Super, Tasplan, Local Government Super and Asgard kept equities allocations under 30% for equivalent cohorts in their ...|
|... meaning they manage underlying investments for their accumulation and pension members in a single pool. However, the likes of QSuper and HESTA have made a move to "segregate" their assets by setting aside a portion of assets to meet current pension liabilities. ...|
AustralianSuper wants to triple its investment in private credit to $15 billion in next three years, as it announces a new head for the asset class.
The Association of Financial Advisers fears that ASIC's FY21 industry levy will blow out even more than its estimates.
Willis Towers Watson appointed a new lead for its investments team in Australia as the incumbent moves to client consulting.
Property developer ID_Land announced it is getting into private funds management, targeting Australia's high-net-worths.
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