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|... they are the ones making the investment decisions!" Industry funds recorded a satisfaction score of 67.5% with Catholic Super taking out the highest rating of 75.5% ahead of Cbus, Tasplan, UniSuper and CareSuper. Meanwhile, retail fund satisfaction came ...|
|... for delivering sub-par returns over a five-year period, according to the latest heatmap results. Equipsuper and Catholic Super chief executive Scott Cameron said the merger marks another step forward in building on the funds' joint venture announced ...|
|Members of merged superannuation funds are $15,000 better off in retirement, new research shows. An analysis by Super Consumers Australia (SCA) found MySuper fees of merged entities dropped by 13.4% on average. The consumer advocate group looked at ...|
|... control of their fund's strategy and member and employer relationships," Elia said. In May 2019, Equipsuper and Catholic Super announced a joint venture that combined their investments, administration and offices, but retained their separate bran ...|
|The investment manager recorded a marginal increase in statutory net profit after tax (NPAT) to $222.8 million, up $2.4 million on the previous corresponding period in its half-year results. On a normalised basis, NPAT dropped by 29% to $136.8 million ...|
|... meeting in October 2021. The appointment follows an announcement in December where Challenger revealed it was buying Catholic Super's banking business for $35 million. Challenger and MyLife MyFinance have entered into an agreement with an expected settlement ...|
|Challenger will spend $35 million to buy Catholic Super's banking business, in a move that Bell Porter says could have more upside than suggested by the company this morning. Challenger and MyLife MyFinance have entered into an agreement with an expected ...|
|Of the almost 3500 stories penned this year, these are the stories the Financial Standard team feels defined 2020. The Financial Standard editorial team has written 3484 stories so far in 2020. It wasn't always easy either. Like most of you, we ...|
|Australian Catholic Superannuation and Retirement Fund has ended its longstanding relationship with OnePath, naming a new group insurer to take over in the New Year. The $9 billion industry fund said it undertook a comprehensive review and tender process ...|
|... redundancies, and most redundancies have come due to mergers, namely First State Super and VicSuper and Equip and Catholic Super, mostly these were senior executives." "Some projects had been delayed as a result of staff working from home and home schooling ...|
IOOF expects to spend up to $32 million on paying out Buyer of Last Resort arrangements with financial advisers leaving its network, primarily from Bridges Financial Services.
Link Group is now exploring the possibility of listing PEXA despite recently flagging there was strong interest from other parties in buying the property settlement platform.
PIMCO has named a new lead for its Asia Pacific business as part of an executive shuffle announced overnight.
Even before the COVID-19 vaccine arrived in Australia, it was clear we were returning to pre-pandemic normality, and latest stats back this.
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