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|State Street Global Advisors has appointed a new head of retirement solutions for Australia. Jonathan Shead has worked in various SSGA roles since 2000; he was most recently head of portfolio solutions for the Asia-Pacific region. Before SSGA, he was ...|
|The former chief investment officer of Meat Industry Employees' Superannuation Fund has parted ways with Vanguard Australia after just seven months. Mary McLaughlin commenced as senior investment specialist at Vanguard in May, with the fund manager ...|
|New research from Vanguard argues that the decision to allocate to active or index strategies - or both - should be based on a systematic process, not emotions and personal preferences. Vanguard, which manages more than US$1 trillion in active money ...|
|The overall performance of the active management industry is clouded by some well-known and widely-used benchmarks, according to Ariel Investments president Mellody Hobson. Speaking to Financial Standard at the Australian Institute of Superannuation ...|
|The types of debt held in Australian households shift through the generations, but the amount stays roughly the same - and this has important implications for the superannuation industry. University of Limerick senior lecturer in economics Stephen Kinsella ...|
|The ongoing "cage fight" between active and index managers has a tendency to overshadow some essential tenets of portfolio construction, according to Vanguard investment specialist Mary McLaughlin. McLaughlin spoke at the Australian Institute of Superannuation ...|
|Parametic managing director, research for Australasia Raewyn Williams believes the super industry is innovating way too incrementally. Describing herself as an "agent provocateur" to delegates at the Australian Institute of Superannuation Trustees Super ...|
|Sunsuper trustee director Michael Traill believes the industry has done itself a massive disservice by using the term "impact investing." Speaking at the Australian Institute of Superannuation Trustees Super Investment Conference, Traill suggested that ...|
|ASIC senior executive leader, investment managers and superannuation Ged Fitzpatrick explained to delegates at the Australian Institute of Superannuation Trustees Super Investment Conference why the regulator delayed the RG97 reforms. He said the approximate ...|
|Warren Buffett may have called derivatives "financial weapons of mass destruction" but an increasing number of super funds are using them as a cost-saving measure. Milliman head of fund advisory services Michael Armitage told delegates at the Australian ...|
Pallas Capital has introduced a new short term fund that will invest in real estate assets in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane.
A new study on the prevalence of insider cybersecurity threats, conducted by the Ponemon Institute, has revealed just how much insider attacks are costing financial services firms.
Mayfair 101 has confirmed it will appeal the 2021 Federal Court decision that found its advertising misled and deceived investors.
Sustainable investors tend to favour environmental-themed strategies over social ones as the former is more tangible and easier to measure.
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