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Super funds have the power to make change: Advocates

CASSANDRA BALDINI  |  WEDNESDAY, 22 MAR 2023
Super funds can better support more Australians in retirement from a diversity standpoint by investing wisely and understanding who their members are, the Conference of Major Super Funds has heard. Athlete and disability advocate Dylan Alcott and Homelessness ...

Menopause: The silent economic crisis

JAMIE WILLIAMSON  |  TUESDAY, 21 MAR 2023
For most of us, women's reproductive concerns remain taboo in the workplace. However, with menopause estimated to be robbing women of at least $17 billion in retirement, calls for mandated menopause leave are growing. It's commonly accepted ...

Super funds are lousy at communications: Strategist

CHLOE WALKER  |  TUESDAY, 21 MAR 2023
Marketing strategist Toby Ralph says super funds must overhaul their member communications, as the days of arranging cohorts by demographic are long gone. Addressing the crowd at the Conference of Major Superannuation Funds (CMSF) in Melbourne, Ralph ...

Professionalise sustainability within funds: Panel

CASSANDRA BALDINI  |  TUESDAY, 21 MAR 2023
A panel on the impacts of climate change has heard how, as ESG approaches evolve, super funds must be conscious of their competency in the space and have processes for measuring it. Appearing at the Conference of Major Superannuation Funds, UTS Institute ...

Future-proofing the super system: Rees

CHLOE WALKER  |  TUESDAY, 21 MAR 2023
Speaking on a panel the first day of the Conference of Major Superannuation Funds (CMSF), MetLife head of external affairs and public policy Nathan Rees said that establishing an objective for superannuation will help to "future proof" the system. "The ...

Super a big national advantage: Chalmers

CASSANDRA BALDINI  |  TUESDAY, 21 MAR 2023
Addressing the Conference of Major Super Funds in Melbourne this morning, Treasurer Jim Chalmers said the superannuation system is one of the reasons he feels optimistic about the future of the economy, though remained realistic about possible challenges ...

Chalmers' promise to end super wars foiled by criticism

ANDREW MCKEAN  |  THURSDAY, 2 MAR 2023
Last month, Treasurer Jim Chalmers pledged to end the super wars, but opposition to proposed super tax changes suggest a resolution is unlikely. Opposition leader Peter Dutton stated that he's "dead against" the government's proposed tax changes ...

Super tax break crackdown to hit $410bn in savings

ANDREW MCKEAN  |  WEDNESDAY, 1 MAR 2023
Rainmaker Information estimates the $3 million superannuation cap would impact $410 billion of savings for around 100,000 Australians. Although only a small proportion of Australians hold $3 million or more in superannuation, they own a disproportionately ...

Optimum Pensions urges super trustees to insure mortality risk

ANDREW MCKEAN  |  TUESDAY, 28 FEB 2023
Optimum Pensions has urged super trustees to insure life expectancy and mitigate mortality risk to meet Retirement Income Covenant objectives. Optimum Pensions' ' The difference between insured and uninsured retirement products ' whitepaper said trustees ...

Equity Trustees records solid 1H23 result

JAMIE WILLIAMSON  |  THURSDAY, 23 FEB 2023
Equity Trustees investors will receive an interim dividend of 49c a share after it reported a 12% increase in revenues for the first half, helped along by the acquisition of Australian Executor Trustees. EQT recorded $62.8 million in revenues, up 12.3% ...