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|... women - made her an ideal AIST president," said Fiona Reynolds, chief executive of AIST. Noonan, who is also chair of Media Super and president of the Australian Council of Superannuation Investors (ACSI), will continue to play an active role at AIST ...|
|... amongst world largest investors that we simply didn't see five years ago." Jon Glass, chief investment officer of Media Super and UNPRI signatory, said that while he could not comment directly on Gifford's comments the super fund strongly supports the ...|
|... improve investor confidence and stimulate more mandates into the asset class. ARIA, Local Government (NSW) Super, Media Super and Sunsuper, all of which invest large sums in hedge funds and have total funds of more than $47 billion combined, are behind ...|
|Media Super has awarded Aurora Funds Limited a $30 million mandate as the super fund pursues a more suitable strategy for the modern, volatile market. The mandate was invested in the Aurora Fortitude Absolute Return Strategy, which Media Super selected ...|
|... members entering the pension phase, and what that meant for asset allocation. Jon Glass, chief investment officer of Media Super, said a lot more annuity products would be sitting in the funds of the future. "One solution will be to offer (a variety ...|
|Media Super chairman Gerard Noonan has been appointed as the new president of the Australian Council of Superannuation Investors (ACSI). Noonan will be supported by incoming deputy president Trish Donohue, who is executive manager of investments for ...|
|... of funds, it is the news they have been waiting for." The superannuation industry is in an era of consolidation. Media Super is looking at joining forces with a corporate fund, First State Super is merging with Health Super and Westscheme is marrying ...|
|... item." "We mustn't be dominated by the Treasury process." The superannuation industry is in an era of consolidation. Media Super is looking at joining forces with a corporate fund, First State Super is merging with Health Super and Westscheme is marrying ...|
|Industry fund Media Super is dressing up to be the belle of the merger ball and is looking to attract corporate funds, casting its eyes towards Fairfax. Ross Martin, chief executive of Media Super, today said that his fund had added new functional capabilities ...|
|... life of the contract, and that the tender process had been highly competitive. Last month Pillar also lost client Media Super who transferred to Mercer to handle the fund's day-to-day transactions. Mercer was seen as being more able to deliver an in-house ...|
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