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Sydney boutique hires from JBWere

KANIKA SOOD  |  MONDAY, 6 SEP 2021
Global equities boutique Aoris Investment Management has appointed a portfolio manager, hiring from JBWere. Alfred Tadros will work on the Aoris International Fund, assisting chief investment officer Stephen Arnold. He has 20 years of experience. Most ...

Pain ahead for super trustees on unlisted valuations

KANIKA SOOD  |  MONDAY, 6 SEP 2021
Last year many superannuation funds revalued their unlisted assets during lockdowns. Now APRA says most of their policies were deficient. Super funds took different approaches to the revaluations. For example, at Cbus the board devalued unlisted assets ...

Pinnacle to increase stake in Coolabah

KANIKA SOOD  |  MONDAY, 6 SEP 2021
The Sydney multi-boutique is looking to add to its stake in Christopher Joye's Coolabah Capital Investments as the latter grows its FUM by 172% in less than two years. Pinnacle Investment Management acquired a 25% stake in Coolabah in December 2019 ...

NGS Super hikes fees

KANIKA SOOD  |  FRIDAY, 3 SEP 2021
Two days after shelving a planned merger, NGS Super informed members of plans to increase fees on some investment options from October. A spokesperson for the fund said the fee increases "has no connection" to its scrapped merger with Australian Catholic ...

ClearView kicks off strategic review

KANIKA SOOD  |  FRIDAY, 3 SEP 2021
A week after selling its advice unit, ASX-listed ClearView has announced a strategic review of the business supported by its private equity shareholder. ClearView said the review's focus is to maximise shareholder value. It was announced after an evaluation ...

AustralianSuper to shutter property option

KANIKA SOOD  |  FRIDAY, 3 SEP 2021
Nearly three years after AustralianSuper added the ability to freeze redemptions in its property option for up to two years, the fund has decided to shut the option altogether. The $225 billion industry fund will close the property option on September ...

ASIC to watch member shunting to untested super products

KANIKA SOOD  |  THURSDAY, 2 SEP 2021
ASIC says it will be watching that super funds don't force members of failing MySuper or Choice options to their other products that don't face a performance test. The first round of the Your Future, Your Super performance only test applied to 80 MySuper ...

Funds will have to guide members on SRM, LTRM

KANIKA SOOD  |  THURSDAY, 2 SEP 2021
Can consumers, even informed ones, tell the difference between standard risk measure (SRM) and long-term risk measure (LTRM) labels? That's a question put to Chant West general manager Ian Fryer and Aware Super manager for actuarial practice Estelle ...

Why are YFYS test scores a secret?

KANIKA SOOD  |  THURSDAY, 2 SEP 2021
At the AIST's annual investment conference, APRA general manager superannuation Katrina Ellis was asked if the regulator is keen on transparency, why it didn't publish the quantum by which MySuper products passed or failed the inaugural YFYS ...

ABPs alone won't meet retirement income covenant: Knox

KANIKA SOOD  |  WEDNESDAY, 1 SEP 2021
Mercer's David Knox says super funds won't be able to meet the Retirement Income Covenant's requirements via account-based pensions alone and will have to look at other solutions. The government's latest guidance on the Retirement Income ...