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|... underperforming funds opt to merge with a stronger partner." Several mergers are currently in the works, LGIAsuper and Energy Super; NGS Super and Australian Catholic Superannuation and Retirement Fund; QSuper and Sunsuper ; and Media Super and Cbus. ...|
|LGIAsuper and Energy Super will proceed with a merger that is set to finalise as early as 1 July 2021. The board of the two Queensland-based superannuation funds have signed a binding heads of agreement following a two-and-a-half month due diligence ...|
|... exposure to property and global shares and introducing a new asset class. LGIAsuper is mulling a potential merger with Energy Super , which would contribute about $7.5 billion in assets to create a $20 billion entity. Farrar said the merger is designed ...|
|... centre and operations divisions, and drive product and service strategy. Hughes has also worked in senior roles at Energy Super, Queensland Treasury Corporation and Suncorp. Hughes said: "It has been an honour to work in an organisation where members ...|
|Labor leader Anthony Albanese has put the spotlight on childcare, aged care and social housing when delivering his budget reply speech. Delivering his response, Albanese said Treasurer Josh Frydenberg's budget has left Australians behind. "Our economy ...|
|... have signed a memorandum of understanding to explore a merger which could create a $20 billion superannuation fund. Energy Super and LGIAsuper will commence due diligence on an exclusive basis, to vet if a merger will be in the best interest of both ...|
|... ratio (returns per unit of downside risk) and first for the Omega ratio (the ratio of gains compared to losses). Energy Super was the worst performing product on a risk-adjusted basis, returning 3.8% over the period with a Sharpe ratio of 0.3, Sortino ...|
|... Meanwhile, Media Super - currently exploring the possibility of a merger with Cbus - fared well, as did the likes of Energy Super, AMIST Super, HESTA, NESS Super, Vision Super and MTAA Super. Despite increasing fees since December, VicSuper is also considered ...|
|... presented posthumously . Smith served as president of the AIST for two years, and was a director of industry funds Energy Super and HESTA, which he continued to serve until he died. He also served the Australian Services Union as national secretary. ...|
|... than $230 million requested in the week to May 3. Meanwhile, Military Super also saw $30 million in redemptions and Energy Super has so far paid out at least $12.6 million.|
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VanEck has expanded its range of ETFs, announcing two new offerings to join its new Global Clean Energy ETF.
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The financial services software company has announced its plans to launch a technological solution to meet the Design and Distribution Obligations (DDO), commencing 5 October 2021.
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Capgemini has named a new managing director for Australia and New Zealand, following the recent promotion of Olaf Pietschner.
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Victorian-based Ahmed Saad appeared in court after being charged with dishonestly obtaining financial advantage by deception for his role in an illegal retail superannuation scheme.
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