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Nestle shuffles asset allocations

RUTH LIEW  |  WEDNESDAY, 24 SEP 2008
Corporate fund Nestle Australia Group Superannuation Fund has revised the asset allocations of its conservative and high growth options following a review of its investment structure. Among the changes were a 2 per cent increase in Aussie equity to ...

NAB Super divests direct property

RUTH LIEW  |  MONDAY, 1 SEP 2008
NAB Group Super is expected to sell its last four directly-owned properties as part of a property portfolio restructure. The fund made the move under the advice of its asset consultant JANA Investment Advisers. "The [main objectives] for the sale are ...

NAB Group Super axes cash plus

RUTH LIEW  |  FRIDAY, 29 AUG 2008
NAB Group Super has morphed its cash plus option into a pure cash option - closing the strategy's previous exposure to fixed interest, Australian shares and property. The board Trustee's decision to change the corporate fund's cash plus option into ...

Lifestyle banking at your service

BankWest joins the growing list of banks and wealth management firms eager to retain customers and win new ones by providing finance-related services in a more relaxed setting, complete with a place to read, cafe and even a mini-shop to buy office stationery. ...

AIG builds dream team

ALEX DUNNIN  |  TUESDAY, 8 MAY 2007
AIG's plans to assemble one of the most experienced group insurance client servicing teams in Australia are almost complete with some key appointments that give it almost dream team status. Following on from their recruitment of Damien Green, ex business ...

CFS rebuilds infrastructure for $1.2b play

Colonial First State Global Asset Management (CFSGAM) has rejigged the top management of its infrastructure investments team ahead of plans to raise $1.2 billion from the institutional market. The group has promoted Stephen Vineburg to global head of ...

Superpartners replaces Weaven

KATE HAGE  |  TUESDAY, 22 AUG 2006
Garry Weaven has been replaced as chairman of superannuation administration group Superpartners with the group also adding a new director to its team. Alan Beanland has stepped in as chairman following Weaven's retirement on 30 June, while Kevin Davern ...

FuturePlus eyes international property

Hands up if you're an international property fund manager with a strong business case. FuturePlus chief investment officer Terry Newson wants to hear from you. At Financial Standard's Best Practice seminar on building a global investment portfolio held ...

Woolies goes shopping and finds AMP

In a major corporate super master trust churn, Woolworths Group Superannuation Scheme (WGSS) has signed on with AMP's Signature Super Master Trust, leaving behind Mercer after a four month review. After receiving detailed proposals from AMP and Mercer ...

Smorgon Steel appoints Watson Wyatt

Watson Wyatt will provide actuarial and investment consulting services to Smorgon Steel's four superannuation funds. The superannuation funds have a combined membership of more than 3,600 members with over $210 million in assets. Most recently Watson ...