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Niche mergers have their benefits

JAMES FERNYHOUGH  |  TUESDAY, 14 MAY 2013
Niche industry super fund mergers may have gotten some bad publicity, but they needn't be all bad according to NGS Super chief executive Anthony Rodwell-Ball. A recent survey by NGS Super found member satisfaction with the fund was at 84%, following ...

Business as usual at Mercer

BEN COLLINS  |  THURSDAY, 17 JAN 2013
In the wake of several high-profile redundancies across the global organisation, Mercer has said that it is business as usual for its Australian asset-consulting arm. It was revealed at the end of last year that Mercer was abandoning a three-year-old ...

Calls for CGT merger relief

ELISE BURGESS  |  FRIDAY, 13 APR 2012
Lack of clarity around the Government's intention for providing capital gains taxation relief for superannuation mergers is damaging members and limiting MySuper outcomes, according to AustralianSuper and ASFA. With the rising trend of super fund mergers ...

A minute to midnight sees super funds merge

ALISON BEVEGE  |  THURSDAY, 21 JUL 2011
What difference can a midnight minute make to a merger? Do you combine your super funds at 12.01am on July 1? Or 11.59pm on June 30? Those vital 60 seconds were pondered during an afternoon talk by Graeme Russell, chief executive officer of First Super ...

Ausbil Dexia Aus equities in high demand

MICHAEL HOBBS  |  TUESDAY, 6 APR 2010
Ausbil Dexia, which manages $11.5 billion in Australian equities, has closed its flagship investment funds to new institutional clients after opening the investment strategies briefly last year. Paul Xiradis, chief executive and head of equities at ...

CGT roll-over relief for super mergers

MEDIA RELEASE  |  MONDAY, 4 MAY 2009
The Federal Government is expanding the optional capital gains tax (CGT) roll-over for capital losses for mergers of complying superannuation funds. Senator Nick Sherry, Minister for Superannuation and Corporate Law, last week announced that the optional ...
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