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|... IP, death as well as total permanent disability (TPD) cover is MetLife. Tasplan is due for 1 April 2021 merger with MTAA Super, creating a $22 billion fund. In January, MTAA Super increased the cost of death and TPD cover for its members (its group insurer ...|
|... while First State Super announced plans to merge with WA Super just days after merging with VicSuper. Also merging, MTAA Super and Tasplan are making progress. The two funds have announced the post-merger leadership team, revealing an almost all-female ...|
|MTAA Super and Tasplan have unveiled the new executive team that will steer the newly-merged entity into the future. Ross Barry has been named chief investment officer. He is moving from First State Super where he is currently the head of systematic ...|
|... in the years leading up to retirement," it said. In addition, Tasplan provided an update on its proposed merger with MTAA Super, set to occur on 1 April 2021. "The merger aims to secure better retirement outcomes for members of both funds. The combined ...|
|... 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 Ports which ...|
|... November 30) and merged with VicSuper, while Cbus and Media Super are conducting due diligence. In March, Tasplan and MTAA Super, who committed to a merger late last year, moved back the date of the merger from 1 October 2020 to 31 March 2021, citing ...|
|... abandoned a merger with Statewide Super and Tasplan which would have created $24 billion fund. In March, Tasplan and MTAA Super, who committed to a merger late last year , moved back the date of the merger from 1 October 2020 to 31 March 2021, citing ...|
|... a merger with Cbus - fared well, as did the likes of Energy Super, AMIST Super, HESTA, NESS Super, Vision Super and MTAA Super. Despite increasing fees since December, VicSuper is also considered to be among the cheapest offerings. Covering 90 MySuper ...|
|... "Asset owners should publicly disclose their policy for voting at company meetings and voting activity." Media Super, MTAA Super and TWU Super are all signatories to that code but still only disclose a proxy voting record for their Australian shareholdings. ...|
|... citing market uncertainty and volatility from COVID-19. It did not provide a new date at the time. In March, Tasplan and MTAA Super, who committed to a merger late last year, moved back the date of the merger from 1 October 2020 to 31 March 2021, citing ...|
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Aware Super is implementing a new suite of technology products that will allow it to in-source member experience, including administration, so far done by Mercer.
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Russell Investments has launched a new personalised super product, replacing its MySuper offering as it eyes mandates from other funds.
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An investment advisory boutique which soft launched in September, headed by former PwC chief executive Luke Sayers, has bolstered its leadership team.
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Design and distributions obligation (DDO) reforms may have been pushed back to October next year as a result of COVID-19 but ASIC said it is top of the priority list for 2021.
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