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|... superannuation fund. Aware Super has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Victorian Independent Schools Superannuation Fund (VISSF), looking into whether a merger of the two funds is in the best interest of members. VISSF chair Peter Sharples ...|
|... slightly to 10%. A-REITs meanwhile returned 36%. The top five Workplace super funds (by MySuper and default options) were VISSF, IOOF Portfolio Service, IOOF Employer Super, CBA Essential and UniSuper while the top five Personal funds (by balanced options) ...|
|... funds making the shortlist are Intrust, Club Plus, Catholic Super, equip super, Vision Super, NGS, AvSuper, legalsuper, VISSF and BUSS(Q). Some of these funds are shortlisted in more than one award category. These funds join a list of nominees that also ...|
|... Retirement funds (by balanced options over 12 months) were Zurich ABP with 13.5%, QSuper with 12.4%, Telstra Super with 12.0%, VISSF with 11.5% and both Statewide and UniSuper with 11.2%. Underpinning the super fund performance fall is that the S&P ASX300 ...|
|... (Tas), REST, Russell SuperSolutions, Sunsuper, Super IQ, Super SA - Triple S Scheme, Telstra Super, UniSuper, Vision Super, VISSF and Zurich Super Plan. Page said the superannuation sector, as a result of MySuper and the FOFA reforms, is going through ...|
|... 12.8%, Equip Super with 12.4% and CFS First Choice with 12.2%. The top five Retirement super funds (by balanced options) were VISSF with 15.3%, Rio Tinto Super and UniSuper with 14.8%, Telstra Super with 14.6% and Qsuper with 14.5%. Rainmaker commented ...|
|... (by default options) in the SelectingSuper survey over the 12 months were ArcTOWER with 20.8%, Lutheran Super with 20.2%, VISSF with 19.9%, REST with 19.7% and Maritime Super with 19.5%. The top five personal super funds (by balanced options) over the ...|
|... five Workplace super funds (by default options) over the 12 months were Lutheran Super with 19.6%, Arc TOWER with 19.5%, VISSF with 18.7%, Maritime Super with 18.6% and REST with 18.5%. The top five Personal super funds (by balanced options) over the ...|
|... options) in the SelectingSuper performance survey over the 12 months were Lutheran Super with 20.6%, Arc TOWER with 19.6%, VISSF with 18.8%, and AvSuper and REST both with 18.7%. The top five Personal super funds measured by their balanced options over ...|
|... five Workplace super funds (by default options) over the 12 months were Lutheran Super with 22.7%, Arc TOWER with 22.5%, VISSF with 21.3%, REST with 20.7% and Quadrant Super with 20.6%. The top five Personal super funds (by balanced options) over the ...|
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Australian super funds growing their in-house asset management teams is having a positive impact on gender equality in investment management, with more women wanting to work with profit-to-member funds than other funds management firms.
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AvSuper today advised it has invited a select number of super funds to discuss a potential merger, having determined it would be in the best interests of members to do so.
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Fresh proposals from the Australian Law Reform Commission aim to simplify several complex areas of financial advice legislation.
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The last sitting day for parliament this year has come and gone without progressing legislation designed to make sure those earning less than $450 a month are paid super.
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