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|... performance test, Asgard Employee Super will shutter next month, with many members being transferred to BT's Retirement Wrap. Members of the fund were actually notified ahead of the performance test results being made public that the product would ...|
|... mid-March and early April 2021, Westpac will replace the three Advance products with a BT Super account within Retirement Wrap, it said. BT Super is the new superannuation product that Westpac transitioned to in late 2019 and early 2020. The Advance ...|
|... of people, withdrawing their super is not an academic exercise. People need the money." The APRA data showed BT Retirement Wrap had paid out $314 million in early release claims as of May 3. This wrap data encompassed applications across different BT ...|
|... funds that achieved the largest net growth in membership in 2017. Hostplus, CBA Essential, AON Master Trust, BT Retirement Wrap (including BT Super for Life), Sunsuper, REST Industry Super, HESTA, Cbus and AustralianSuper also made the top 10. Meanwhile ...|
|... with the largest net growth in membership were HOSTPLUS, CBA Essential, First State Super, AON Master Trust, BT Retirement Wrap (that includes BT Super For Life), Sunsuper, REST, HESTA, CBUS and AustralianSuper. But showing how concentrated the superannuation ...|
|... ANZ Staff Superannuation and Vision Super while the additional authorisation for BT Funds Management for their Retirement Wrap MySuper product will be used by their Westpac Group Plan. Professional Association Superannuation has meantime had their MySuper ...|
|... used across its ASGARD, BTFG and Westpac Securities platform suite. On its list of products authorised are BT Retirement Wrap, ASGARD Independence Plan Division Two, and Westpac Mastertust - Superannuation Division. BT's MySuper offerings will be actively-managed ...|
|... sets up direct competition against retail Self Invested Private Pension plans (SIPP) that operate like Australian retirement wrap platforms where members pay platform fees, external investment management and advice fees that can amount to up to 2% in ...|
BT Financial Group appointed a long-serving Westpac executive as its chief customer service officer.
Insignia Financial reported an exodus of self-employed advisers in the December 2021 quarter amid an overhaul of its advice fee model.
Fidelity International has bolstered its institutional capability, hiring Mercer's head of Australian equities research.
Fin365 is planning to launch a robo-advice platform, having acquired miPlan as part of its strategy.
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