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|The $31 billion government fund has informed members that their life insurance premiums will be increasing. ESSSuper, the government fund for the emergency services based in Melbourne, informed members in its accumulation plan that the cost of death ...|
|... superannuation funds to drop AMP Capital as manager of their respective ethical options. So far Mercy Super, Legalsuper, ESSSuper and LGIAsuper have all withdrawn allocations to the AMP Capital Ethical Leaders Balanced Fund. A total of 2854 Australian ...|
|... was with Cbus for more than seven years. Prior to that, Boucher was executive manager, organisational performance at ESSSuper. Earlier in her career, Boucher was a senior manager at State Super. "Michelle Boucher is a highly accomplished and experienced ...|
|... took the Ethical Leaders Balanced Fund off its investment menus for AMP super members. In September 2020, Legalsuper and ESSSuper axed AMP Capital Ethical Leaders as the sole manager for their ethical/ESG investment options. In January 2021, LGIAsuper ...|
|... 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 see which funds have the highest ...|
|... Capital losing a series of super fund mandates in its Ethical Leaders fund - from QSuper , LGIAsuper , legalsuper and ESSSuper - De Ferrari said this was not a significant contributor to the overall outflows. "On the outflows from AMP Capital, our institutional ...|
|... June 2020. AMP Capital Ethical Leaders has lost several mandates over the last 12 months, including from Legalsuper and ESSSuper - both of which also went to Pendal. The government fund first handed the mandate to AMP Capital Ethical Leaders in 2008 ...|
|A $31.2 billion government fund has selected a new manager for its ethical investment option. ESSSuper, the government fund for emergency services, has appointed Pendal as the sole investment manager for its Ethically Minded option, effective from 11 ...|
|... about US$59.8 billion of assets under management to the SEC in its 2016 filings. BlueCrest was an investment manager for ESSSuper but dropped off its mandate list in FY20. The Future Fund hired BlueCrest in 2010 to manage its alternatives assets. It ...|
|... from Macquarie. Earlier this month, AMP Capital shut its four active ETFs that totalled about $55 million in assets. ESSSuper, Legalsuper and QSuper were some of the big clients that severed ties with the group in the last six months. AMP Capital's ...|
IOOF has appointed ClearView's chief risk officer to a newly created role, with ClearView nabbing the former chief of risk for Commonwealth Bank's wealth management arm.
Verve Super has launched a gender diversity index and will subsequently change how it allocates members' funds based on how Australian companies perform against the index.
Plenary has bolstered its funds management business, nabbing seven professionals who all worked on one AMP Capital fund.
The corporate regulator is fighting tooth and nail to make National Australia Bank pay a hefty penalty for charging customers fees in return for no service.
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