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AMP tops worst-performing super funds list
KARREN VERGARA  |  TUESDAY, 22 SEP 2020
... superannuation funds provided by AMP and OnePath continue to charge high fees and deliver poor returns for members, the latest Fat Cat report shows. For the sixth year in a row , AMP continued to dominate robo-adviser Stockspot's Fat Cat list, which ...
IOOF acquires OnePath at a discount
ELIZA BAVIN  |  THURSDAY, 17 OCT 2019
... capital ratio by around 20 basis points. ANZ/OnePath topped the list of worst-performing super funds in Stockspot's Fat Cat Funds Report this year.
ANZ/OnePath worst performer again
KRISTI CHENG  |  WEDNESDAY, 4 SEP 2019
ANZ/OnePath has again topped the list of worst-performing super funds, according to Stockspot's Fat Cat Funds Report for 2019. Joining them at the top this year however is AMP, which now also owns 11 fat cat funds, up from three last year. Taking out ...
Worst 'fat cat' funds have high fee diet
MARK SMITH  |  WEDNESDAY, 28 SEP 2016
... the force behind underachievement. The study conducted analysis of 3,820 super and managed funds. This year it found 638 fat cat funds and 574 fit cat funds. A fund is a fit cat when it performs better than its peers over one, three and five years and ...
China could own America
BENJAMIN ONG  |  TUESDAY, 24 FEB 2009
To nationalise or not to nationalise - that is the question. US equity markets continued to reel on speculation that America would soon become a Socialist State - that is it would control finance which is the lifeblood of the economy. Among notable ...
All I want for Christmas is a job
BENJAMIN ONG  |  MONDAY, 8 DEC 2008
Two million jobs and counting. This is the number of Americans that will bring increased profits to Campbell Soup come Christmas time. And because these ordinary taxpayers' have to give part of their now non-existent income and drastically reduced wealth ...
Head or tails?
BENJAMIN ONG  |  WEDNESDAY, 1 OCT 2008
Heads, you lose US$1 trillion. Tails, you lose US$700 billion. This is the stark choice that stares the US Congress in the face after seeing the market pandemonium that followed their rejection of the Treasury/Federal Reserve's bail-out package. Relative ...
Labor proposes stronger corporate disclosure measures
... the effluxion of time." The senator has also said that since the release of the CLERP 9 policy paper in September 2002, fat cat salaries have continued unabated, 'shonky' market practices in the investment banking industry have been exposed by the Australian ...
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