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|... investment returns over finding ways to cut fees - an issue that has been swept aside as fee debates heat up, said Qantas Super chief executive, Janet Torney. Speaking at an ASFA luncheon yesterday, Torney said "one of the things that gets lost is the ...|
|... management team. The person will also be the responsible executive for the member services committee of the board. Qantas Super is looking for an experienced professional with a background in marketing, communications or member services. Candidates who ...|
|David Atkin, chief executive of CBUS, has been appointed as an industry funds representative to ASFA's board of directors. Atkin will join the noard immediately. He succeeds Ian Silk, chief executive of AustralianSuper, who has decided to step down ...|
|... Qantas Airways Limited into its defined benefit divisions. According to a statement on the super fund's website, both Qantas Super and Qantas Airways said that they had agreed to a revised funding plan for the defined benefit divisions of the Qantas ...|
|... Vilgan will remain an ASFA Board member. ASFA also appointed a new board member, Janet Torney, chief executive of Qantas Super. Torney filled the corporate vacancy left by Terry McCredden.|
|The $6.6 billion Qantas Super has introduced monthly credited interest rates to compliment its monthly investment switching schemes. According to the latest Qantas Super newsletter to its members, the corporate fund is now using monthly CIRs to align ...|
|... about this opportunity to identify a [new] shareholder. Clearly Qantas has been a passive participant," he said. Qantas Super was uncontactable during press time but Little said that the split was amicable. "Their decisions were simply based upon a revised ...|
|... The $6.6 billion Qantas Superannuation fund has introduced minimum death cover to its default funds. According to a Qantas Super newsletter, minimum death cover will be provided for funds which are used as the "default" fund under the current Choice ...|
|... switches to be effective from the first day of month after a request is received. Meanwhile, all other aspects of Qantas Super's current MIC arrangements will be retained. This includes no fees and charges made towards members for switching, the MIC ...|
|Qantas Super has asked Russell to step into the pilot seat and fly their benefit payments and call centre operations. The $6 billion Qantas Super fund with its 33,000 members and is one of Australia's most successful super funds with an average balance ...|
Christian Super is reducing insurance premiums for most of its members, saying the offering now better aligns with what is available at other super funds.
The head of investment stewardship at VFMC has departed, with an interim replacement appointed.
KPMG Australia and The Table Club have produced a new report revealing how much growth family offices expect from investments and what they want from investment managers.
A former Westpac executive has joined BlackRock to lead its wealth division for Asia Pacific.
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