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|... 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 ...|
|... 2.8 million super accounts slated to enter pension phase over the next decade, is it time superannuation funds follow QSuper's lead and start segregating their pension assets? That's a question a new research paper by Parametric managing director ...|
|... and VFMC ranked within the top quintile of analysed funds, while Commonwealth Superannuation Corporation, HESTA, QIC and QSuper were named finalists. The difference between leaders and winners, New America said, was narrow: leaders averaged 96 points ...|
|... AustralianSuper ($9bn) enjoyed the largest inflows, followed by Sunsuper ($6.7bn), Hostplus ($6.2bn), Equipsuper ($5.4bn) and QSuper ($3.8bn). This was at the expense of retail funds: MLC Super (-$1.5bn), BTFG (-$1.46bn) and ANZ Wealth (-$1.1bn), which ...|
|... the total mandates by number. Hostplus now has 166 outsourced investment mandates, with an average size of $219 million. QSuper has the biggest-sized mandates. Its $81.7 billion of outsourced investments is spread across 30 mandates with an average size ...|
|... December 1987. Rice has held a number of roles in the superannuation and actuaries industries; this includes serving as QSuper's investment committee chair from January 2009 to June 2013. Since October 2016, Rice has been a trustee director of StatePlus. ...|
|... financial services law division after spending nine years at law firm Mills Oakley, where some of clients included Hostplus, QSuper and First State Super. At Mills Oakley, McKechnie focused on super and life insurance, and specialised in group insurance. ...|
|... people living in remote locations with little access to technology. Boyle, who also spoke on the panel, said funds such as QSuper, HESTA and AustralianSuper have taken the initiative to reunite ATSI people with lost super, as well as raise awareness ...|
The managing director of an AMP-aligned dealer group is exiting the business to take on a new role.
BT Financial Group has shut down a $670 million global property fund and a $293 million Asian shares fund, as it sees them unsuitable for retail investors.
Perpetual has confirmed the appointment of a head of risk, promoting from within to fill the newly created role.
A $5.6 billion industry superannuation fund is revamping its MySuper option, which will see default members' exposure to growth assets and fees rise.
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