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|Vision Super has begun talks regarding a potential merger with VicSuper following the collapse in May of its planned merger with Equipsuper. Barbra Norris, VicSuper chairperson, said there was strong alignment between the two funds particularly in terms ...|
|... The top five Personal super funds (by balanced options) over the 12 months were Perpetual Wealth Focus with 5.5%, Vision Super with 5.4%, OneAnswer with 5.3%, and CareSuper and First State Super both with 5.0%. The top five public offer Retirement super ...|
|Vision Super chief executive of 19 years, Rob Brooks, will step down at the end of the month. The board is expected to announce an interim replacement while the fund continues its search for a merger partner following this year's failed attempt to combine ...|
|... councils have received notification of the individual liabilities they face to cover the $400 million shortfall on a Vision Super defined benefit scheme. Each local authority's liability is determined on the number of active members they have in that ...|
|... with 3.6%. The top five Personal super funds (by balanced options) over the 12 months were legalsuper with 5.7%, Vision Super with 4.4%, EquipSuper with 3.4%, Perpetual Wealth Focus with 3.2% and AustralianSuper with 2.8%. The top five public offer Retirement ...|
|... 3.4% and BUSS(Q) with 2.8%. The top five Personal super funds (by balanced options) over the 12 months were (again) Vision Super with 3.8%, EquipSuper with 2.7%, Quadrant with 2.3% and AustralianSuper and Perpetual Wealth Focus both with 2.2%. There ...|
|... of their existing client base with them. Sovereign's asset consulting clients for alternatives include Sunsuper, Vision Super, Westpac Staff Super and Perpetual, with funds under advice estimated at around $5bn, noting that Sovereign advises on alternatives ...|
|Victorian councils will fund a deficit uncovered in a Vision Super defined benefit fund through a special purpose bond issue backed by the state government. The Melbourne-based industry super fund, which manages funds on behalf of public sector employees ...|
|The board of Equipsuper has voted unanimously to withdraw from its planned merger with Vision Super. Equipsuper has cited differences at Board level on the investment model to be employed as the motive behind the decision, although integration of the ...|
|... Officers with 4.0%. The top five Personal super funds (by balanced options) over the 12 months were the soon to merge Vision Super with 5.3% and equip super with 4.1%, Perpetual Wealth Focus with 3.9%, AGEST (soon to merge with Australian Super) with ...|
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After BetaShares' success in attracting investors to its geared, index-shorting ETFs during COVID's market decline, another player is getting ready to throw its hat in the ring.
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Australian Unity has appointed a new chief executive for its wealth and capital markets business, as it also launches a new green bond fund backed by Crestone Wealth Management.
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A Monash University lecturer has pushed the case for a GST holiday, which he argues is the most effective way to generate "maximum economic bang for the government's buck".
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First Nations Foundation (FNF) has launched an online resource to help Indigenous Australians find, manage, and grow their superannuation.
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