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|... Plus MySuper at 9.2%. Over 10 years, the top performers were Hostplus balanced (8.9%), AustralianSuper balanced and Cbus MySuper (8.8%). They were followed by UniSuper balance (8.7%) and Telstra Super Corporate Plus MySuper at 8.7%. Overall, the Rainmaker ...|
|... - the longest performance measure in the report -- the top three performers were: Hostplus balanced (8.8% p.a.), Cbus MySuper (8.6% p.a.) and UniSuper balanced (8.6%). "The Rainmaker MySuper Index returned 6.1% for the 12 months ending February 2021 ...|
|... January, but went on to rebound by more than 40% in the remaining 11 months." Cbus said over the past 31 years, the Cbus MySuper option has returned 9.28% on average each year with 28 of the 31 years being positive. "Asset classes like Australian and ...|
|... fund. Lonsec has assigned the rating to all Cbus investment options including the Cbus default option -- Cbus Growth (Cbus MySuper), where 90% of the funds 700,000 plus members have their money invested. The rating further progresses Cbus' FPA Professional ...|
|... which became the first provider to see its MySuper offering get the nod from the regulator on 15 February. Growth (Cbus MySuper) will become the default offer for Cbus members; as part of the Government's Stronger Super changes. "Growth (Cbus MySuper) ...|
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Yesterday's Standing Committee hearings on financial advice suggested the corporate regulator and industry superannuation funds are the only ones benefiting from increasing costs.
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The Australian Financial Complaints Authority (AFCA) has made changes to its procedures to weed out complaints where the consumer didn't really suffer any financial harm.
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