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Kinetic Super to reduce admin fees
JAMES FERNYHOUGH  |  TUESDAY, 29 APR 2014
... plus members". The news that the fund will reduce its fees comes just after the release of a report by the Grattan Institute , which criticises the high fees Australian super funds charge compared to their international counterparts.
Bring in Chilean-style super tender process: Grattan Institute
JAMES FERNYHOUGH  |  MONDAY, 28 APR 2014
... get involved in picking default superannuation funds in order to increase competition and bring down fees, a Grattan Institute report has argued. The report, entitled 'Super sting: how to stop Australians paying too much for superannuation', found that ...
Next government to reconsider super taxes: Grattan Inst
ALEX DUNNIN  |  WEDNESDAY, 5 JUN 2013
... Rudd-Gillard and Howard governments, and this will inevitably force a review of superannuation taxes, argued the Grattan Institute yesterday. Grattan Institute chief executive, John Daley, told the Australian Superannuation Funds of Australia (ASFA) ...
RBA to raise rates in Wayne's world
BENJAMIN ONG  |  TUESDAY, 7 MAY 2013
... the same year and prepared us, Australians all, for a small deficit. ...and just over a fortnight ago, the Grattan Institute released a report predicting that Australian "federal and state budgets will generate yearly combined deficits of at least $80 ...
PM rejects lifting retirement age to 70
ALEX DUNNIN  |  FRIDAY, 8 JUN 2012
... participation for women and older people is seen as one the best approaches to boosting productivity and GDP. The Grattan Institute today released a report 'Game Changers: Economic Reform Priorities for Australia' that explored 25 major economic reform ...
Stocks in freefall on recession fears, banks cut mortgage rates
ALISON BEVEGE  |  TUESDAY, 9 AUG 2011
... fundamentals of the US economy rather than extra liquidity." Economist Saul Eslake, program director at the Grattan Institute said neither governments nor central banks now had the means to respond in textbook fashion to the market rout. "If they do ...
Markets crash as recession fears hit
ALISON BEVEGE  |  FRIDAY, 5 AUG 2011
... Germany the DAX finished down 225.83 points or 3.4% at 6414.76. Economist Saul Eslake, program director at the Grattan Institute, said the falls were sparked by fears of an increasing risk of a second recession in Europe and the US. Eslake said the fear ...
Alpha puts its money where its mouth is
RACHEL DAVIS  |  MONDAY, 16 MAY 2011
... lineup of speakers equipped to help "restore logic to the investment landscape." Saul Eslake, program director, Grattan Institute and former chief economist at ANZ will give a balanced view of Australian and global markets and what to look out for when ...
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