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Prudential back in town

MICHELLE BALTAZAR  |  TUESDAY, 2 MAR 2010
Financial services giant Prudential will be the new owner of AIA Group (AIA), the Australasian life insurance businesses of AIG Group, in a deal worth US$35.5 billion - a move that potentially brings the Prudential name back in Australia after 12 years ...

Former Asgard Wealth head moves to Masterkey

COMPANY RELEASE  |  MONDAY, 18 JAN 2010
Dean Thomas, previously at Asgard Wealth Solutions before he took on a new role at BT Financial Group has joined MLC to become the general manager of its platform, Masterkey. Thomas leaves his current role as head of transformation, investment and super ...

Supercorp set to launch superMate

RUTH LIEW  |  WEDNESDAY, 7 OCT 2009
Supercorp Australia is poised to unveil superMate, its next generation self managed superannuation fund administration software built on the technology of its current flagship product, SuperVisor II. The new offering extends the existing SuperVisor ...

Sunsuper grows member appeal through advice

MICHAEL HOBBS  |  FRIDAY, 18 SEP 2009
Sunsuper's pension product has attracted 70 new members and roughly $20 million in inflows every month thanks mainly to its new financial planning program. The fund's pension, Today and Tomorrow, hit the $500 million mark in funds under administration ...

AXA Asia Pac half year net profit up 187pc

MICHELLE BALTAZAR  |  WEDNESDAY, 5 AUG 2009
AXA Asia Pacific Holdings posted half-year net profit after income tax and non-recurring items of $270.4 million, nearly treble the $94.2 million recorded the same time last year - "strong results" underpinned by the group's revenue bias towards the ...

Sunsuper upgrades retirement program

MICHAEL HOBBS  |  FRIDAY, 8 MAY 2009
Sunsuper, a fund that more than doubled in pension members during the 2007/08 financial year, has launched a pension product with an asset allocation that reflects post-retirement investor needs. Dubbed the Today and Tomorrow strategy; when investors ...

Sunsuper cuts fees, adds FP service

MICHAEL HOBBS  |  THURSDAY, 5 MAR 2009
Queensland based industry fund, Sunsuper is cutting the fees on all its pension products by 10 basis points to 0.25 per cent, which could save members around $300 a year. The fee reduction, which comes into effect in May, applies to the super fund's ...

AMP Banking taps Cuscal ATM network

MICHELLE BALTAZAR  |  FRIDAY, 23 JAN 2009
AMP Banking customers will continue to receive access to fee-free ATMs, despite the new Direct Charging rules that will come into effect in March, after the bank signed a deal with Cuscal, owner of the rediATM network. AMP Banking, which doesn't have ...

Vision Super eyes banking within super

MICHELLE BALTAZAR  |  WEDNESDAY, 12 NOV 2008
... tickets, holidays or any other payments that accept Visa. The difference is that the member's funds are still in a 'pension product' and is therefore in a more tax-effective environment than if the same funds were transferred to a normal bank account. ...

AMP saves more in pension

MICHELLE BALTAZAR  |  WEDNESDAY, 15 OCT 2008
... fund in Australia with $21 billion in funds according to Rainmaker Data, with its Flexible Lifetime - Allocated Pension product, the fifth largest retirement product in the country with $5 billion in assets. Andrew Hobern, AMP director in Personal Wealth ...