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|... financial year. LGIA is also changing the names of its occupational risk ratings. Standard risk rating will now be called 'blue collar', low risk will now be referred to as 'white collar' and professional will remain the same. Under the changes the cost ...|
|... $1.56 less per year. Work ratings and pricing will change also from May 29. The Standard work rating will be known as Blue Collar and Low Risk will become White Collar. The Professional work rating will not change. The prudential regulator is slamming ...|
|... death and TPD insurance by default, members who have not selected their occupation category are assigned to the light blue collar rates. In light of this, a Rainmaker analysis shows actual default cost per week for default death and TPD has not increased ...|
|... the need for life and disability insurance," TAL said. "For example, members of a superannuation fund that supports blue collar workers are more likely to have more comprehensive insurance needs at an earlier age than a fund which supports professional ...|
|... waiting period) for a low-risk white collar worker increased by 7% compared to only a 2% increase for higher-risk blue collar workers. While both death and TPD, and income protection changes saw an average increase in cover value, stand-alone death only ...|
|... age of 30," he said. "TWUSUPER, on the other hand, is 95% male and has a median age between 40 and 50. It's a heavy blue collar industry with members from probably a low socio-economic group. So how do we make sure that these people have adequate information ...|
|... members who qualify for the option providing details about the option. Cbus has traditionally been the industry fund for blue collar workers in the construction industry. However, it is increasingly targeting employees from the white collar end of the ...|
|... longer sales cycles." He also said major piece of advice he gave AustralianSuper was to focus on white collar as well blue collar workers. "Yes, you may need to change your messaging; yes, you may need to change the way you dress; but the members' requirements ...|
|... surveyed employees across a range of industries, it did not give a breakdown of the division between white collar and blue collar workers. Labor has criticised the government's policy of lifting the eligibility age and cutting the Age Pension on the ...|
|... didn't want time consuming claims processes" There are three segments that has been the main focus and they include blue collar, baby boomers and high net worth clients, said Kerr. "Understanding these segments has been a huge motivator for how we have ...|
IOOF has appointed ClearView's chief risk officer to a newly created role, with ClearView nabbing the former chief of risk for Commonwealth Bank's wealth management arm.
Verve Super has launched a gender diversity index and will subsequently change how it allocates members' funds based on how Australian companies perform against the index.
Plenary has bolstered its funds management business, nabbing seven professionals who all worked on one AMP Capital fund.
The corporate regulator is fighting tooth and nail to make National Australia Bank pay a hefty penalty for charging customers fees in return for no service.
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