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|The well-known fund manager is back with two Aussie equities strategies totaling $3 billion in capacity at his new boutique, after resigning from the Tribeca Alpha Plus fund earlier in the year. Sage Capital, led by former Tribeca portfolio manager ...|
|... and 9.1% from retail funds. Underpinning the super fund performance results are that the rolling 12 month ASX accumulation index was 11% which was down from 13% as at end March. Meanwhile international shares delivered 31% compared to 35% at end March. ...|
|... by the MySuper transition. Underpinning the super fund performance results are that the rolling 12 month ASX accumulation index was 13.0% although this is up from 10% at end February, while the 35% rolling 12 month return from international shares has ...|
|... this is still sharply down from December's 16.1%. Underpinning the results are that the rolling 12 month ASX accumulation index is continuing to dampen as the rolling 12 month return was 10% at end February down from 11% at end January and 20% at end ...|
|... that conducts the SelectingSuper performance surveys. Rainmaker said the results are so high because the ASX accumulation index delivered 25% over the 12 months and international shares a massive 38% despite the AUD increasing in value relative to the ...|
|... more than 6-times inflation. According to the researcher the results remain high due to the fact that the ASX accumulation index delivered 24% over the 12 months and international shares, 34%. A slight fall in international share returns may reflect ...|
|... super fund returns are still near their best in almost three years. "The results remain so high because the ASX accumulation index delivered 24% over the 12 months and international shares a massive 37% although that's down from a mind blowing 45% in ...|
|... Explaining why the result was so high, Rainmaker - who conducts the research for SelectingSuper - said the ASX accumulation index delivered 23% over the 12 months and international shares earning a whopping 45%, obviously reinforced by the 12% fall in ...|
|... Explaining why the SelectingSuper Workplace rolling 12 month default option index result is so high is that the ASX accumulation index delivered 22% over the 12 months and international shares a staggering 33%, the latter pushed along by the 12% fall ...|
|... noted Rainmaker. Explaining why rolling 12 month returns to end May 2013 were so high, Rainmaker said the ASX accumulation index was up 26% over the 12 months and international shares were up 29%. In contrast, domestic and international bonds that were ...|
AIA Australia's newly launched advice business has named a chief executive to lead its efforts, as the life insurer brings some Commonwealth Financial Planning advisers into the fold.
Yesterday's Standing Committee hearings on financial advice suggested the corporate regulator and industry superannuation funds are the only ones benefiting from increasing costs.
The superannuation startup geared at self-employed workers is looking to raise $1.5 million, as it sets it sights on 60,000 members in five years.
The Australian Financial Complaints Authority (AFCA) has made changes to its procedures to weed out complaints where the consumer didn't really suffer any financial harm.
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