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|... months ending January 2021. A much smaller number (47) increased their fees. Rainmaker executive director of research Alex Dunnin said the firm's research continues to see evidence of concerted efforts by fund trustee boards to lower fees. "Australia's ...|
|... AAA-rated fund can be confident their fund will deliver on its promises," Rainmaker executive director of research Alex Dunnin said. "To achieve the AAA Rating, superannuation products are independently assessed to ensure they meet high standards across ...|
|... own four in every $10 of Australia's superannuation wealth," Rainmaker executive director of research and compliance Alex Dunnin said. "Some super funds, because of the industries and employers they serve, have high concentrations of women members, including ...|
|... obstacles than men to get that share. But they're fighting back," Antil said. Rainmaker executive director of research Alex Dunnin pointed out that just because a fund has a high proportion of female members doesn't make it a good fund for women. ...|
|... fees going into the merger, seven of the 11 saw an average reduction of 5%. Rainmaker executive director of research Alex Dunnin said fees do not go down just because a super fund merges, they go down because the trustees redesign the product. "Products ...|
|... investments do not, as a rule, offer reduced fees," said Rainmaker Information executive director of research and compliance Alex Dunnin said. "Investment managers will offer high-end customers lower fees, but customers usually have to negotiate these ...|
|... disparity between these and low-performing lifecycle products," Rainmaker Information executive director of research Alex Dunnin said. Additionally, over the three year performance period to the end of November 2020, there was a 3.3 percentage point ...|
|... classes, super funds struggle to match asset class indexes. Rainmaker executive director of research and compliance Alex Dunnin said that while super funds are not entirely lacking, there is room for improvement. "Australian super funds as a group are ...|
|... fixed interest at 10% and property and infrastructure at 1%. Rainmaker Information executive director of research Alex Dunnin said LIC assets have shifted towards fixed interest in recent years. "Fixed interest is becoming popular as investors, especially ...|
|... companies with $380 million in new capital to stabilise their businesses." Rainmaker Information executive director Alex Dunnin said AustralianSuper is not far from $500 billion if the current growth rate continues. "They are growing at 10 to 20% each ...|
The Australian Taxation Office yesterday couldn't answer exactly how many stapling-triggered employer checks it expects, but maintained its readiness for a July 1 go-live.
The asset manager is partnering with a start-up to build a new platform for institutional investors to trade digital currencies.
Australia's largest superannuation fund is taking issue with the proposed stapling regulations, arguing that the model is backwards and will not protect members from being stuck in dud funds.
The prudential regulator has commenced industry consultation on revisions to the prudential standards for life insurers to protect life insurance policy holders against the use of offshore reinsurers.
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