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|... some choosing to take on more risk than others as the member ages. Take the 60-69 year age cohort for example. Catholic Super had a 62% allocation to equities for the segment while others like QSuper, BT Super, Tasplan, Local Government Super and Asgard ...|
|An $8.6 billion industry superannuation fund will welcome a new chair as the incumbent completes the 12-year term. The Australian Catholic Superannuation and Retirement Fund announced David Hutton will take the post from July 1, replacing Richard Haddock. ...|
|An $8.6 billion industry superannuation fund is gearing up its first private equity play in almost half a decade, as it readies for an environment of lower returns. Australian Catholic Superannuation Retirement Fund chief investment officer Michael ...|
|... create a $26 billion entity, aimed at delivering scale benefits to their combined 150,000 members. Equipsuper and Catholic Super have signed a memorandum of understanding to set up a joint trustee board that will oversee the initiative. Eventually, the ...|
|The lion's share of the institutional mandates awarded in Australia last year went to international equities and alternatives manager, the latest Rainmaker Mandate Chaser report shows. Not-for-profit superannuation funds and investment managers handed ...|
|The international asset manager has hired a new director of institutional sales for its local business. Chris Wildman joined Robeco last month as director, institutional sales from Mirae Asset Global Investments. Wildman was head of distribution at ...|
|... funds - when measured on the satisfaction of members with their financial performance - were industry super funds. Catholic Super scored the highest, with UniSuper close by. The two retail funds to make the cut were Macquarie and Colonial First State. ...|
|... could save more than $20 million. However, talks fell over about who would be appointed in board seats. Similarly, Catholic Super and the Australian Catholic Superannuation and Retirement Fund's $18 billion merger failed because the funds couldn't agree ...|
|Several veterans of Australia's financial services industry were recognised over the long weekend in the 2019 Australia Day Honours List. Honoured for their service to the sector, the list features a number of familiar faces, including the chair ...|
|... 2018, and is based on interviews with 30,000 super members. The full list of super fund satisfaction levels is: Catholic Super (70.5%), UniSuper (69.7%), AustralianSuper (66%), Cbus (65.7%), Tasplan (65.5%), Asgard (65.1%), HESTA (65%), First State Super ...|
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A major Canadian pension fund is increasing its presence in Asia Pacific, establishing a new office focused on opportunities in Australia and New Zealand.
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AMP Capital is selling off its entire stake in a European provider of clean energy solutions for an undisclosed figure.
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Magellan Financial Group and Barclays have signed on as foundation investors in a new financial services firm which is launching with former Challenger chief Brian Benari as its chief executive.
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The government's early release of superannuation scheme has paid out $33.3 billion since its inception, with an additional $340 million disbursed over the week to September 13 alone.
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