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Cbus, UniSuper back new housing bond
KANIKA SOOD  |  THURSDAY, 21 NOV 2019
Cbus and UniSuper have invested in a new $315 million bond issue, which the government will use to finance affordable housing in five states. Cbus took up $30 million of the National Finance and Investment Corporation (NHFIC)'s second bond issue of ...
MLC hires from Perpetual Private
KANIKA SOOD  |  THURSDAY, 21 NOV 2019
MLC Asset Management has appointed a director for its managed accounts business, hiring a Perpetual Private general manager. Jason Komadina starts as MLC's managed accounts lead on 29 January 2020. He will report to general manager for strategic ...
Industry fund swaps small caps managers
KANIKA SOOD  |  THURSDAY, 21 NOV 2019
Two small caps managers have had to hand back $500 million to Vision Super, as the fund swaps them out for a new manager. Kinetic Investment Partners managed about $230 million for the fund in Australian small caps while Perpetual Investment Management ...
Fossil fuel exposures climb at UniSuper
KANIKA SOOD  |  THURSDAY, 21 NOV 2019
The $80 billion superannuation fund is more exposed to companies involved in fossil fuels than it was a year ago, according to its second annual climate risk disclosures released yesterday. At June end, UniSuper had 12% of its exposures in companies ...
Flaws in Grattan SG research: Report
KANIKA SOOD  |  WEDNESDAY, 20 NOV 2019
Research published this morning by Jim Stanford from the Australia Institute says increasing the superannuation guarantee to 12% will not stifle future wage growth, and calls out assumptions used in Grattan's research on the subject. Stanford reviewed ...
Retail fund renews insurer, cuts premiums
KANIKA SOOD  |  WEDNESDAY, 20 NOV 2019
A retail superannuation fund has reappointed OnePath as its insurer, and is trimming premiums by about 20%. Virgin Money Super has renewed OnePath Life for three years starting December 1. The mandate is for death, total and permanent disablement (TPD) ...
Three advisers cop ASIC bans
KANIKA SOOD  |  WEDNESDAY, 20 NOV 2019
ASIC has banned three financial advisers for up to five years each, in separate banning orders made recently. Wendy Michelle Chapman was banned for five years from providing any financial services. She was most recently employed as a senior planner ...
New role for former State Super investment chief
KANIKA SOOD  |  TUESDAY, 19 NOV 2019
A $70 billion industry fund has hired State Super's former chief investment officer who left the fund in December last year . Sunsuper has appointed Richard Hedley as a portfolio manager for private markets. He started in the role earlier this month. ...
Industry fund bumps up fee for ESG option
KANIKA SOOD  |  TUESDAY, 19 NOV 2019
A $4 billion industry fund has increased the fee for its ESG option, which is managed by AMP Capital. Legalsuper's Balanced Socially Responsible option will charge investor 10bps more in the indirect cost ratio (now 40bps). The buy-sell spread is also ...
IRESS wins technology mandate
KANIKA SOOD  |  TUESDAY, 19 NOV 2019
An international stockbroker with offices in Sydney and Melbourne has integrated with IRESS for trades in global equities and ETFs. PhillipCapital is eyeing ease of access to international securities for Australian financial advisers and their clients ...
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