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|A superannuation startup is pushing ahead with a retail raise to be followed by an institutional one next month. GigSuper is aiming to raise $100,000 to $400,000 from retail investors, in a crowdfunded equity campaign launched yesterday. The fund is ...|
|The newly launched superannuation fund targeting the self-employed, GigSuper, has warned its members about the downside of accessing super early if they are left unemployed as a result of COVID-19. ASFA research shows that 20% of self-employed people ...|
|... superannuation administration platform which is based on distributed ledger technology. Startup superannuation fund GigSuper came onboard in late December, Grow Super deputy chief executive Adam Gee said. Grow is also participating in tenders for several ...|
|... ($220 million) and Spaceship ($215 million). The remaining 13 millennial products have $60 million or less in assets. GigSuper, Tomorrow Super, Sprout Super and Kogan Super have made announcements but are yet to launch a product. Majority of millennial ...|
|... work on a regular basis, or around 0.8% of the Australian workforce - and the numbers are set to grow. Related story: gigSuper reaches out to self-employed Speaking to Financial Standard last year, ASFA chief executive Martin Fahy placed the impact of ...|
|... superannuation are also likely to be missing out on insurance coverage through their superannuation. Related story: gigSuper reaches out to self-employed In its recommendations to Treasury, the AIST recommends the removal of the $450 per month income ...|
|Competition in superannuation is gathering pace with the entry of gigSuper, the latest boutique direct product aimed at a niche market. Tapping into growing number of Australians who are self-employed or working in the gig economy, co-founders Peter ...|
Victoria Funds Management Corporation has promoted a senior portfolio manager to head of equities, and hired from outside the company to fill the vacant role
COVID-19 has seen more than half a million Australians lose their jobs and countless businesses shuttered but for SMSF trustee landlords offering rent relief to those facing financial hardship could mean they fail to meet the sole purpose test.
Liberal MP Tim Wilson has written to APRA chair Wayne Byres urging the regulator to conduct an investigation into vertical integration at industry super funds and related conflicts of interest.
A corporate superannuation fund has pushed back its date of a planned successor fund transfer to Sunsuper by a year and is prepping members for potential future delays from COVID-19.
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