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|... FY19. The fund said it paid over $150 million in insurance claims (98% of the claims it received), per its FY20 annual report. AIA Australia acts as the group insurer for HESTA.|
|... in India. Its top five holdings at November end included Samsung Electronics (6% of the portfolio), Taiwan Semiconductor, AIA Group, Ping An Insurance and Tencent Holdings. The fund is among the best performers in Platinum's lineup. It delivered ...|
|AIA Australia is launching a more affordable, simplistic income protection product in early 2021. IP CORE pays a monthly benefit for total or partial disability as a result of injury or sickness that satisfies a material and substantial duties definition. ...|
|... expected to be completed by December 31. In September, CBA received $450 million furthering the divestment of CommInsure Life to AIA Group. The payment followed a $500 million upfront payment in November 2019 and is part of the revised transaction path. ...|
|... investment in coal companies despite positioning itself as an organisation with a focus on sustainability. The campaign, called AIA Kick Out Coal! launched by Insure Our Future and SumOfUs, claims the insurer remains invested in coal companies which ...|
|... resulted in OnePath losing the group insurance mandate that it has held for about a decade. The mandate was instead awarded to AIA, commencing January 1. Under the new arrangement, the cost of unitised death and TPD cover will change to age-based premiums. ...|
|... (at October-end) recently announced several changes to its insurance offering, which included updating the TPD definition AIA insured Sunsuper for life Corporate plans, and Sunsuper for life Business plans. Members with TPD cover who experience a catastrophic ...|
|... approved product list (APL), allowing aligned financial advisers to recommend an enhanced suite of insurers. The new APL includes AIA, BT, MetLife, OnePath/Zurich and TAL. BT and MetLife are the two new additions. And, for the first time, the APL will ...|
|Rice Warner has appointed a head of fintech and product data from CommInsure/AIA Australia to expand the firm's technology footprint. Anthony Saliba will focus on developing client solutions across retirement, advice and technology for the actuarial ...|
|... 94.5%. The average claim time in months on insurance through super was a bit lower than for retail insurance at five months. AIA had the longest wait time at 6.6 months and TAL the lowest at 4.4.|
IOOF has appointed ClearView's chief risk officer to a newly created role, with ClearView nabbing the former chief of risk for Commonwealth Bank's wealth management arm.
Verve Super has launched a gender diversity index and will subsequently change how it allocates members' funds based on how Australian companies perform against the index.
Plenary has bolstered its funds management business, nabbing seven professionals who all worked on one AMP Capital fund.
The corporate regulator is fighting tooth and nail to make National Australia Bank pay a hefty penalty for charging customers fees in return for no service.
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