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|... members should use the time before the measure officially becomes available midway through April to update their details. The AIST also reminded members to explore "all the various Government income-support measures available" before accessing their ...|
|... weighed in, and said the package would have "potentially far-reaching implications" on Australians and the broader economy. "AIST is acutely aware of the significant upcoming need for a large number of members of our funds to be provided with income ...|
|... partners is our priority and we believe it is in the best interests of all to not proceed with CMSF in Adelaide next week," AIST chief executive Eva Scheerlinck said. "As a not-for-profit member organisation we do not make this decision lightly and are ...|
|... consistently advocated for the removal of restrictions on superannuation choice in workplace agreements." Meanwhile, the AIST said members in the choice segment are at risk of having materially lower retirement incomes. "Choice must only be provided ...|
|... the heatmap is no help to the millions of consumers who are languishing in dud funds outside of the MySuper space." The AIST chief also called for a more "consumer-friendly" version of the tool to ensure members were able to make an informed decision ...|
|... clarification on how key points of the Code of Ethics will apply to intra-fund advice. Responding to the guidance on the code, AIST chief executive Eva Scheerlinck wrote to Glenfield that there remains insufficient clarity on how the code will apply ...|
|... Services Union, passed away suddenly on November 22. He joined the HESTA board in January 2018 and served as president of the AIST before stepping down in April 2018. Smith had over 25 years' experience in the super industry and had previously served ...|
|... next year, with the first tranche of data collected under Phase One due for publication by late-2020. Scheerlinck said the AIST was pleased APRA had acted on its call for improvement, so the public could be "sure that for-profit providers aren't hiding ...|
|... said that members who choose outside the default system would benefit from better regulations and performance benchmarks. "AIST previously commissioned consumer research by Essential Media on how non-default members choose their super fund. The research ...|
|... Queensland (34%), New South Wales (26%), South Australia (33%), Tasmania (33%), ACT (20%) and Northern Territory (16%). AIST chief executive Eva Scheerlinck said with an estimated 40% of single women retiring in poverty, there was an urgent need for ...|
Phil King's Regal Funds Management has returned money to external investors for one of its smaller funds, but will continue to run the strategy internally.
In a somewhat surprising move, banks are lifting some of their term deposit rates despite the Reserve Bank of Australia slashing the cash rate to an all-time low of 0.25% last week.
Pinnacle Investment Management's director of institutional sales is leaving the role for a $12.8 billion multi-boutique.
The major life insurer has confirmed several roles within its life insurance distribution team have been made redundant as a result of a restructure.
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