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|... their working lives. For example, Finder found that only half of Baby Boomers (50%) have a super account, compared to 82% of Gen Z and 85% of Gen X. Women are also less likely to have a super fund than men. The survey found 26% of women didn't have a ...|
|... Vanguard, BlackRock and ARK Invest. The company's target market for the Australian launch is young people - Millennials and Gen Z - who it says are looking to the share market due to low interests rates for savings accounts and an expensive property ...|
|... generations reported making their first investment in 2020 and another quarter in 2021. Millennials are more likely than Gen Z to invest in cryptocurrencies, with 20% of millennials investing in crypto versus 15% of Gen Z. Perhaps unsurprisingly, Gen ...|
|... better in the long term and 62% for super funds. This is a very significant 33% rise since our 2017 research was conducted." Gen Z (73%) and millennials (71%) are leading the pack, saying they would invest more if they knew their money would make a difference. ...|
|... countries they were much younger. In Singapore, 46% of the respondents were millennial collectors. When combined with Gen X and Gen Z accounted for 91% of collectors. In Hong Kong, millennials were 39% of the respondents. Overall, global art sales climbed ...|
|... shows. Latest figures from nabtrade show young traders entered the market in record numbers in 2018, with the number of Gen Z investors rising by 73% and Gen Y climbing 20%. This, in turn, drove up demand for international shares such as Netflix and ...|
|... said budgeting and cashflow management were the most valued advice services for young people. According to the research, Gen Z (aged 16-23), Gen Y (24-38) and Gen X (39-53) don't value any form of advice more than cashflow management and budgeting services. ...|
|... advice to friends and family. In September last year, research produced by ING and Rice Warner revealed more than 50% of Gen Z - people aged between 16 and 23 years old - trusted the financial advice of their parents, while 30% were prepared to turn ...|
|Experts say Millenials and the Gen Z generation are going to make the gender and race equality debate obsolete in the workplace, even in the hypermasculine sector of financial services. Speaking at SIBOS this week, Rachel Cooper, professor in Gender ...|
|... Interestingly, the two youngest generations seem to hold the most faith in advisers, with more than half of Gen Y (aged 24-38) and Gen Z (16-23) indicating advisers were the most trusted source of financial advice. However, Gen Z were by far the most ...|
ASIC issued a stern warning to employers and their superannuation fund provider about influencing employees' choice of super funds.
UBS Asset Management appointed BlackRock's chief operating officer as country head for Australia and New Zealand.
The chief investment officer of Ellerston Capital has been appointed a director of a $40 billion superannuation manager.
SMSF technology provider Class has agreed to be acquired by HUB24 via a scheme of arrangement.
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