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|... earlier 2016 report and examines new areas that recognise the changing economy of the future. ISA chief executive Bernie Dean said: "Our economic recovery and workers' dignity in retirement both hinge on stable and optimal policy settings including the ...|
|... guarantee increase must proceed as legislated, so as to help rebuild workers' retirement balances. ISA chief executive Bernie Dean said it is critical to rebuild balances now to avoid the worst impacts of higher taxes, and lower retirement balances. ...|
|... Australia's ageing population, who are living longer, was overwhelming before the Coronavirus downturn." ISA chief executive Bernie Dean spoke out against Grattan's modelling, calling the think-tank out of touch. "Lifting the super rate is the only realistic ...|
|... especially the 145,000 Queenslanders who have wiped out their super and will need to start again." ISA chief executive Bernie Dean said the numbers from Queensland are concerning and described the 145,000 wiping out their super as a "tragedy waiting ...|
|... time again that they support the staged increases in people's super that are locked in law," ISA chief executive Bernie Dean said. "The Prime Minister and Treasurer wouldn't want to risk a generation of Australian workers being dumped on the ...|
|... Australian would remove around $27 billion from super, with current applications at over two million. ISA chief executive Bernie Dean said ineligible applicants have undermined the credibility of the scheme and could be holding up payments for those ...|
|... degree of unionization," the analysis read. In a letter to the committee accompanying the analysis, ISA chief executive Bernie Dean said that consistent with the organisation's earlier testimony to the committee, the relationship between the SG and ...|
|... to buying their first home, among others. Bragg's tome drew the ire of Industry Super Australia chief executive Bernie Dean, who said the book pedaled "some of the most radical and baseless super theories going round", in comments provided to Financial ...|
|Industry Super Australia chief executive Bernie Dean was caught unaware of a $1600 donation made to the Labor party last year after claiming the lobby group does not make political donations. During an urgent hearing of the House of Representatives ...|
|... drawing down about half of their account balance. This is in line with what Industry Super Australia chief executive Bernie Dean told the House of Representatives standing committee on economics about low balance members accessing early release. Dean ...|
Allowing more members in SMSFs is unlikely to spur their establishment rates, according to a submission by University of Sydney's Susan Thorp.
One of Japan's largest providers of shareholder services has admitted to a major operational blunder, after it failed to count 3.4 million postal votes for nearly 1000 companies ahead of their annual general meetings.
BetaShares' Nasdaq 100 ETF exceeded $1 billion in assets under management at the end of August, a net increase of more than $500 million since the outset of the year.
Robeco announced it will now exclude investments in thermal coal, oil sands and Arctic drilling from all its mutual funds.
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