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|Only a handful of Aussies whose super fund failed the inaugural performance test have taken action and closed their accounts, according to APRA. Analysis by the prudential regulator shows that of the one million member accounts in products that failed ...|
|After a period of media scrutiny following its failure of the inaugural APRA performance test, EISS Super has faced a parliamentary committee, facing tough questions over the test result and its sponsorship deals. Liberal MP Jason Falinski led the questioning ...|
|Frontier is concerned the APRA performance test does not adequately assess acceptable performance, given several of the funds that were failed actually perform better than others that passed. The asset consultant, which advises on $490 billion, said ...|
|Big names like Colonial First State's FirstChoice, BT Super and Christian Super are among the 13 superannuation funds that failed APRA's inaugural performance test. In all, APRA tested 76 MySuper products in this round, of which 13 failed. This ...|
|... VISSF, TWUSUPER, Toyota Super, Suncorp, Mine Super, Mercer, Maritime Super, LUCRF Super, AvSuper and Commonwealth Bank Group Super. AvSuper, Commonwealth Bank Group Super, LUCRF, Mine Super, Maritime Super, Mercer, Suncorp, Toyota Super and TWUSUPER ...|
|... Superannuation Fund ($2.5 billion) and Colonial Super Retirement Fund (about $3 billion). Meanwhile, Commonwealth Bank Group Super had about $12.7 billion and Commonwealth Essential Super had about $3.3 billion in assets.|
|... Airport are superannuation and other institutional funds, including the likes of Colonial First State, Commonwealth Bank Group Super, MTAA Super, Sunsuper and UniSuper. In addition AustralianSuper, Cbus, HESTA and Hostplus are major investors in NSW ...|
|A $12 billion corporate super fund has achieved lower investment and transaction fees for its members for the 2019 financial year. Commonwealth Bank Group Super's investment-related fee and cost estimates, which generally change each year, were ...|
|Commonwealth Bank Group Super announced the appointment of its new chief executive. Scott Durbin will step into the chief executive role on August 6. A spokesperson from CBA told Financial Standard the appointment follows an extensive search externally ...|
|An independent investment consultancy has welcomed the former chief investment officer of Commonwealth Bank Group Super as it looks to expand its Australian operations. Gerard Parlevliet has joined bfinance in the newly-created role of senior strategic ...|
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AMP today announces the appointment of Felicia Trewin as its new chief technology officer and member of the group executive committee.
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State Street Global Advisors will roll out enhancements to four of its SPDR ETFs and, in the process, give Australian investors access to an ESG-focused global real estate ETF and reduced carbon emissions emerging markets ETF for the first time.
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New Morningstar research recommends retirees should drop the 4% withdrawal rate to 3.3% for a balanced portfolio.
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The former chief claims officer at Zurich Financial Services has moved to ClearView Wealth in a newly created role.
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