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|... someway to bridge the gender pay gap that unfortunately persists in retirement," Dean said. Women in Super chair Catherine Wood said: "The LISTO is important to ensure lower income earners receive some tax relief for saving for retirement. It can never ...|
|The banks are facing big problems, according to Catherine Wood, chief executive of ARK Invest. Wood was asked at a Nikko Asset Management event how she considered banks to be positioned for the future. "Banks anywhere in the world have a big problem ...|
|... landscape through simplicity, accessibility and lower costs. ARK founder, chief executive and chief investment officer Catherine Wood said the fund allowed Australian investors to avoid the illiquidity typically associated with venture capital funds. ...|
|ARK Invest chief executive Catherine Wood holds the view that every stock in the firm's disruptive innovation portfolio is an early-stage growth stock, and this includes Amazon - a firm approaching US$600 billion market capitalisation. "The way we know ...|
|... is integral to our client's success," he said. ARK Invest founder, chief executive and chief investment officer Catherine Wood said it is becoming increasingly important for people to understand the impact of rapid innovation on both individuals and ...|
|Thirty-five prominent figures in the superannuation industry have called on the Palmer United Party to use its influence in the Senate to block the scrapping of the low income superannuation contribution (LISC) scheme. The letter, organised by Women ...|
|... industry bodies including the Australian Institute of Superannuation Trustees' Tom Garcia and Women in Super's Catherine Wood; and also academics from the University of New South Wales and the University of South Australia. The letter was published to ...|
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Australian asset managers are the fourth-fastest growing of their global peers, clocking in 11.9% in compounded annual growth over the last five years, says a new report from Willis Towers Watson.
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The head of QSuper's advice unit has departed after the superannuation fund restructured its financial-advice offering to members.
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BlackRock has won a passive investment strategy mandate from AMP New Zealand for an undisclosed amount.
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APRA and ASIC have published the latest data on life insurance claims and disputes, demonstrating the difference financial advisers make when it comes to TPD and trauma claims.
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