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|... Suncorp's superannuation business. The $61 billion Hostplus has entered a partnership with Maritime Super. Last month, Club Plus signed a memorandum of understanding with AustralianSuper to create a $207 billion fund.|
|... based in NSW and Victoria respectively. The documents also identified three funds Hostplus saw as its key competitors: Club Plus, Club Super and Intrust. The plan said Hostplus hoped to "destabilise" or merge with the three. Since then, Hostplus has ...|
|AustralianSuper and Club Plus Super are working towards a merger, which would see the creation of a $207 billion fund. Club Plus Super identified AustralianSuper as the right strategic, cultural and operational fit for its members and reached out to ...|
|... Vision Super, Media Super, Cbus, Statewide Super, CareSuper, Commonwealth Superannuation Corporation, BUSSQ, legalsuper, Club Plus, TelstraSuper, ESSSuper and REI Super. Using APRA's June 2020 data, Rainmaker also delved into the demographics to ...|
|... January 2021, members will see premiums on death, total and permanent disability and income protection cover reduce. Club Plus is also removing the insurance administration charge for insured members. The reductions are different for each age group. ...|
|... included CareSuper, HESTA, and Statewide Super with eight months of negative returns. Rest, Hostplus, CommBank Group, Club Plus Super, Intrust Super, Sunsuper for Life and Media Super all had nine months of negative returns.|
|... that, it was an industry fund whitewash, with Prime Super, First State Super, BUSSQ, Media Super, AustralianSuper, Cbus, Club Plus and NGS Super taking the remaining eight spots in the top 10. The sector dominated most of the report, with nine of the ...|
|... shutdown With close to or more than half of their members sitting in the millennial age range, the likes of Hostplus, Club Plus and Rest are likely to be some of those hit hardest by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic with many, especially those in the hospitality ...|
|... members. With close to or more than half of their members sitting in the millennial age range, the likes of Hostplus, Club Plus and Rest are likely to be some of those hit hardest by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic with many, especially those in the hospitality ...|
|... share-trading and super accounts. AustralianSuper, Rest, Hostplus and HESTA were among those targeted, alongside LUCRF Super and Club Plus. Using stolen identities, the syndicate stole money from super and share-trading accounts and laundered the money ...|
Almost one third of Australians don't know what income protection covers and could potentially lose out from the significant life insurance reforms that are just days away.
In its submission to the federal government's inquiry into housing affordability, Industry Super Australia has suggested superannuation funds could play a key role in creating more affordable housing.
The active, long-only equity specialist launched a global sustainable emerging market fund for local investors.
The fund manager has appointed a head of risk and compliance, general executive, and research associate as it invests in its next stage of growth.
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