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|Cbus chief executive David Atkin says his $56 billion industry super fund is in a strong liquidity position to deal with the early super release scheme. And this was the case even prior to the government's Jobseeker payment announcement, he said. "Cbus ...|
|David Atkin will leave as the $57 billion superannuation fund's chief executive later this year after 12 years in the role. Atkin steered Cbus as it grew from just $12 billion in assets under management, adopted a more comprehensive approach to ...|
|... this week, with the weekly fee for members set to increase by $0.50 to $2 from February 2020 . Cbus chief executive David Atkin said the change was in response to regulatory changes, pointing out the fund hasn't increased account keeping fees over ...|
|... keeping fees. The weekly fee for members will increase to $2 from $1.50 from February 2020. Cbus chief executive David Atkin said the move was the first account keeping fee increase in a decade and will make sure fund services keep pace with member expectations ...|
|... don't necessarily have high risk occupations or work in the construction industry." Commenting, Cbus chief executive David Atkin said: "Through Corporate Super we are providing more flexibility for companies that want to offer more suitable products ...|
|David Atkin says mandating all default retirement income products to manage longevity risk could hamper funds' ability to tailor solutions to their member needs. Speaking at a retirement income conference in Melbourne yesterday, Atkin said Cbus is currently ...|
|... develops its retirement income solutions. Cbus will introduce a bonus for members upon retirement, with chief executive David Atkin saying the fund's modelling suggests 70% of its members are on track to retire with adequate retirement savings, while ...|
|... Bank of Korea governor Lee Ju-yeol. But he wasn't the only Australian in the top three. Cbus chief executive David Atkin nabbed third place. A further three Australians made the top half of the list: $60 billion Victoria Funds Management's chief ...|
|... and Human Services, where she was director of customer support for the past year and a half. Cbus chief executive David Atkin said he was delighted to see the three new leaders appointed after an extensive search. "In Wade, Nicholas and Marianne we have ...|
|... continuing the funds focus on driving down investment costs while maximising risk-adjusted returns. Cbus chief executive David Atkin said: "Brett has an unwavering determination to make sure members are achieving the best possible retirement outcomes." ...|
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As COVID-19 exposes entrenched problems in society, the ability to scale social impact investments in Australia holds significant promise to drive progress towards solutions, a new report reveals.
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Despite COVID-19 restrictions easing across the country, applications for the Early Release of Super scheme have shown no sign of slowing, according to APRA's weekly data.
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Vasco Trustees and ASIC had grave concerns about the financial position of Mayfair 101 for months before receivers were appointed to IPO Wealth, according to court filings.
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State Street has relaunched an international equities fund for local investors looking for a climate change and ESG focused portfolio, with a new benchmark.
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