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|... 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". ...|
|... with Aware Super, creating a $135 billion with over one million members. The newly merged entity is led by with Deanne Stewart as chief executive and Jo Brennan as chief operating officer. Former WA Super chief executive Fabian Ross has left the super ...|
|... merger with VicSuper, the $120 billion super fund revealed it would be known as Aware Super, with chief executive Deanne Stewart saying the rebrand was about the need to differentiate the fund from other similar-sounding funds, reducing the costs associated ...|
|... into Aware Super and are able to reap the benefits of being part of the merged fund," Aware Super chief executive Deanne Stewart said. Stewart said the merger would increase hours of service and support following the integration of the WA Super service ...|
|... Australians." The board also comprises Damian Hill (Commonwealth Superannuation Corporation chief executive) and Deanne Stewart (Aware Super chief executive), who represent not-for-profit funds. Melinda Howes (BT Financial Group general manager of superannuation) ...|
|... forward to working closely with Bravura to deliver exceptional outcomes for our members," Aware Super chief executive Deanne Stewart said. Member experience includes fund administration, and communication and engagement with members -- which will all ...|
|... the right step to take, with the right culturally aligned partner," Ross said. First State Super chief executive Deanne Stewart said the merger will benefit both funds. "We have had a presence in Western Australia for some time, and as a result of this ...|
|... all members. A First State Super member, who has a hearing impairment, wrote to the fund's chief executive Deanne Stewart asking why the video did not have any closed-captions. "...You are clearly "unaware" of disabled members," the member said in ...|
The Australian Taxation Office yesterday couldn't answer exactly how many stapling-triggered employer checks it expects, but maintained its readiness for a July 1 go-live.
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The prudential regulator has commenced industry consultation on revisions to the prudential standards for life insurers to protect life insurance policy holders against the use of offshore reinsurers.
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