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|... (76.3%) of Australians would never consider a Coles or Woolworths public offer superannuation fund, according to CoreData research. Based on a survey of 847 respondents, CoreData's 2015 Member Engagement Report also suggested that 14.4% would only use ...|
|... Members of retail funds are the most likely group to switch to self-managed super funds (SMSFs), according to CoreData research. As many as 4.8% of retail fund members are likely to set up an SMSF in the next 12 months, and 17.8% are likely to do so ...|
|... equity markets are running." In this context, financial advice can become a key driver for diversification. CoreData research shows that advised investors have typically more diversified and better performing portfolios than unadvised SMSF trustees. ...|
|... pre-retirees are more confident than non-advised that they will achieve the level of wealth they require in retirement, CoreData research found. The CoreData 2014 Post-retirement Report found that 65.1% of pre-retirees that do not seek professional advice ...|
|CoreData research reveals robust investor attachment to non-performing funds. It is investor apathy, argues Kristen Turnbull the researcher's head of advice, wealth and super which led over half of the members surveyed (57%) to suggest they would stick ...|
|... at 4.4 per cent each. While AMP comes a "poor second" at only half the preference in this study, a separate CoreData research however shows they are the number one choice, not AustralianSuper. In addition, AMP is set to intensify competition when it ...|
|... their level of business with these firms to increase by more than 20 per cent next year, new research shows. CoreData research also indicates one in five writers to Asteron, Aviva, MLC and Tower expect to boost their business quantities with these firms ...|
|... financial advisers would not stop conflicts of interest between both parties from occurring. But at the same, the Coredata research found nine out of 10 financial advisers agreed in acting as fiduciaries. Fiduciary duty was one of the key recommendations ...|
A former New South Wales Treasury Corp executive has joined the prudential regulator as head of investment risk.
MLC Life has been handed a new group insurance mandate from a retail superannuation provider.
Pinnacle Investment Management has made a $3 million cornerstone investment in OpenInvest.
The Federal Reserve is restricting the investing activities of policymakers and senior staff, including banning them from holding or trading individual stocks and bonds.
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