The latest issue of Financial Standard now available as an e-newspaper
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|... superannuation fund which targets young, socially aware people has overhauled its investment and administration fees. Cruelty Free Super will change its fees from 1 October 2020, in a move that the fund says should lower the cost over all for members. ...|
|... Christian Super, AMP and BT Financial Group. It also looked at some new disruptor products such as Future Super, Cruelty Free Super and Good Super. AMP's SignatureSuper-Responsible Investment Leaders International Share option was found to be the top ...|
|... the larger retail superannuation groups already do and as some of the newer superannuation products such as Cruelty Free Super, Good Super, FutureSuper are doing. Even more challenging are boutique retail superannuatiuon products that outsource their ...|
|... counterparts. The Oprah deal is the latest among several super fund sponsorships and advertising campaigns. Recently Cruelty Free Super sponsored the Animal Justice Party national conference in Melbourne. Earlier this year Intrust Super announced it ...|
|... introduce a successful tried-and-tested vegan super model into the Australian market through the launch of Cruelty Free Super. Melbourne-based Ethical Money launched the super fund in a bid to cater for those Australians who do not want their super used ...|
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Hostplus and Intrust Super have finalised their merger, as first reported by Financial Standard in May.
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A $2 billion industry fund has reduced its insurance premiums by more than 17%.
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Perpetual Asset Management Australia launched one active ETF and is gearing up to launch a second.
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La Trobe Financial has been fined for misleading investors in its $5 billion fund.
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