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|In a new paper from Actuaries Institute, Anthony Asher argues financial advice can be made cheaper if the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) provides some of the data necessary for good advice. Asher added that retirement incomes could rise by 15% to ...|
|... case for increasing the superannuation guarantee as "tenuous". University of New South Wales associate professor Anthony Asher says some submissions are missing the point of the review entirely. "I haven't looked at all of the submissions, but I do think ...|
|... met with silence and then laughter at the recent Actuaries Institute Summit in Sydney. UNSW associate professor Anthony Asher, Mercer senior actuary David Knox and Rice Warner founder Michael Rice took to the stage towards the end of the conference to ...|
|... shifted from super fund trustees and directors to the regulators, University of New South Wales associate professor Anthony Asher says. Regulators should be making sure super funds are fulfilling their social purpose - which is to look after the members ...|
|... further pressure on the Federal Budget and Age Pension. Actuaries Institute retirement income working group convenor Anthony Asher says the data confirms research from other sources that a significant minority of retirees have, in recent years, run out ...|
|At the Actuaries Summit held in Sydney this week, Professor Anthony Asher of the Actuaries Institute's Retirement Income Working Group stressed the need to develop a "vibrant annuity market", in line with much of the rest of the world. "It's very difficult ...|
Dimensional's sustainability suite is being expanded with the introduction of a new emerging markets fund with an ESG filter.
Pendal chief executive Nick Good says the firm is not ruling out future acquisitions, as it finalises its $414 million purchase of US value-oriented manager Thompson, Siegel and Walmsley.
The Victoria government's LaunchVic is looking for a fund manager to run a $120million startup fund.
The Association of Financial Advisers (AFA) has raised concerns about the cost of the government's proposed Compensation Scheme of Last Resort and the fact that super funds and managed investment schemes are excluded from the proposed regulation.
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