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|... million. Its funds under management (FUM) fell by a whopping $10.5 billion after QSuper - the super fund for Queensland government employees - decided to become a regulated superannuation fund and begin in-sourcing functions such as strategic investment ...|
|Queensland government funds LGsuper and City Super are considering a merger to create a $5 billion-plus fund with over 90,000 members. LGsuper and City Super announced today they have agreed in-principle to merge the two funds. The merger is subject ...|
|The Australian stock market is expected to open weaker, after Wall Street closed at its lowest level in seven months during the offshore trading session. At 0740 AEST on the Sydney Futures Exchange, the June share price index contract was 37 points ...|
|... investment vehicle with a strong track record." QSuper is the superannuation fund for current and former Queensland Government and related entity workers and their spouses with more than 520,000 members and over $26 billion in funds under management. ...|
|... The QSuper Board of Trustees governs QSuper, the superannuation fund for over 520,000 current and former Queensland Government employees and their spouses. The fund is one of the largest in Australia, with over $22 billion in funds under management.|
|The $22 billion QSuper has extended its service to current members and spouses by allowing their non-Queensland Government employers to contribute to the fund. The changes kick in 1 July, said the fund in a media statement. QSuper chief executive Rosemary ...|
|The Australian share market is expected to open lower after significant falls on Wall Street and in Europe as profit-taking hit commodity-based stocks. At 0720 AEST on the Sydney Futures Exchange, the June share price index contract was 58 points lower ...|
|... growing, in fact around 200,000 building and construction industry workers are sub-contractors. According to a Queensland Government study in 2004, between 35 and 45 per cent of those working in the building industry may miss out on super because they ...|
|... The QSuper Board of Trustees governs QSuper, the superannuation fund for over 500,000 current and former Queensland Government employees and their spouses. The fund is one of the largest in Australia with over $20 billion in funds under management.|
|... Before joining Cuscal in 1999, Lovney spent a number of years providing policy and program advice to the Queensland Government departments of Premier and Cabinet and in human services portfolios. He has an honours degree in law from Queensland University ...|
Mainstream is pursuing a scheme of arrangement with SS&C Technologies Holdings after Vistra missed its deadline to match or provide a superior offer.
The Federal Court has ruled that Mayfair 101 founder James Mawhinney cannot fundraise for or advertise financial products for 20 years.
Global fund manager Nuveen Real Estate has shuffled its local executive lineup, which includes bidding farewell to its division head of Australia.
The government has commenced consultation on exposure draft legislation that will reduce the tax burden on granny flats in a move to prevent elder financial abuse.
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