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|... equality of pay is not addressed. The gender pay gap in Australia grew over the last year, Aware Super chief executive Deanne Stewart pointed out. According to the Workplace Gender Equality Agency (WGEA), the national gender pay gap is 14.2%, up 0.8 ...|
|... Sunsuper as head of financial advice and executive general manager of customer engagement. Aware chief executive Deanne Stewart said Travis would have a vital role in leading Aware Super's ambitious organic growth strategy by attracting and retaining ...|
|... currently home to about 6700 members. Today, around 75% of members are female teachers. Aware Super chief executive Deanne Stewart said the fund is delighted to have reached a formal agreement. "VISSF and Aware Super have all of the ingredients of a ...|
|... scale are critical drivers to delivering better long-term retirement outcomes for our members," chief executive Deanne Stewart said. "As we grow, we are able to leverage our scale to drive down costs to members, maintain our record of top performance ...|
|... Danielle Press and APRA deputy chair Helen Rowell. The chief executives in attendance included Aware Super's Deanne Stewart, Hostplus' David Elia, IOOF's Renato Mota and Rest's Vicki Doyle. A second roundtable will be held later this ...|
|... We wish him every success in his new role when he takes the reins later this year," Aware Super chief executive Deanne Stewart said of Chun's departure in a statement to Financial Standard' s sister publication Industry Moves. "In just the past ...|
|... New Zealand model, where there are incentives to control costs. In other solutions, Aware Super chief executive Deanne Stewart said better data on members may potentially bring down premiums, while the Design and Distribution Obligations legislation ...|
|... out of the paid workforce in a caring capacity, has on their long-term financial security," Aware chief executive Deanne Stewart said. "Too many women lose out on the benefits of compound interest on their super balances throughout their younger years ...|
|... members are female. Similarly, more than two-thirds of Aware's members are women. Aware Super chief executive Deanne Stewart said she is delighted with the possibility of a merger. "We see such a strong values and cultural alignment between our two ...|
|... space is what APRA, and others, are going to do in the forced merger space." Meanwhile, Aware super chief executive Deanne Stewart said that despite her fund's $116 billion size she does not believe it has reached the title of a "mega super fund". ...|
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MFS Investment Management is searching for a new head of retail sales for its local business, as the incumbent heads to London for a new role.
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A former Regal Funds Management portfolio manager has been banned for five years after he manipulated the share price of Clearview Wealth.
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With more research identifying the pressure put on employees by the pandemic and lockdowns, wealth technology firm Class is offering employees extra days off.
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Prudential regulator APRA plans to go ahead with mandating independent certifications within group insurance as recommended by the financial services Royal Commission.
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