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|... that is set to save its 24,000 members about $350,000 a year. In confirming the news, Industry Super Australia chair Greg Combet said: "Putting the financial interests of members ahead of everything else is what Industry SuperFunds are all about, and ...|
|... confirmed the decision will save the fund's 24,000 members about $350,000 a year. Commenting on the move, ISA chair Greg Combet said: "Maritime Super was at the forefront of establishing super for working people as far back as 1967 and it was the ...|
|... growth strategy, in fulfilment of our purpose to protect and grow the retirement savings of working people," IFM chair Greg Combet said. "Ms Whitmarsh is a global leader in the public pension capital sector and has a record of delivering incredible results ...|
|... people access to super to spend in the housing market is "just wrong". Speaking with Industry Super Australia chair Greg Combet, Turnbull said whilst he has the upmost respect for his Liberal party colleagues, the suggestion to pull money from super ...|
|... coming three years in construction and infrastructure projects; in a move that Industry Super Australia (ISA) chair Greg Combet says will help rebuild the Australian economy. The multi-billion capital expenditure was identified by a survey of industry ...|
|... investigation into industry funds by Standing Economics Committee chair Tim Wilson. In a letter to Wilson, IFM Investors chair Greg Combet asked for a wider investigation spanning retail and wholesale managed funds. "The media reports regarding your ...|
|Greg Combet has written to Standing Economics Committee chair Tim Wilson, rejecting the latter's claims of a conflict of interest in IFM's business and the demand for an APRA investigation into industry funds. Last month, Wilson wrote to APRA asking ...|
|... this month, it lost its long-standing chief executive David Neal, who jumped ship to take the chief executive role at Greg Combet-chaired IFM Investors.|
|Former politician Greg Combet has retired from the board of ME Bank, as his commitments to industry super heat up. Combet is departing the industry fund-owned bank after five years on the board, which commenced in November 2014. The former Labor minister ...|
|... Himbury said he would shift his focus to directorships. Speaking about Neal's appointment, IFM Investors chair Greg Combet said: "I am so pleased we have secured the services of Mr Neal - he is a superb leader and an investment professional with ...|
A former New South Wales Treasury Corp executive has joined the prudential regulator as head of investment risk.
MLC Life has been handed a new group insurance mandate from a retail superannuation provider.
Pinnacle Investment Management has made a $3 million cornerstone investment in OpenInvest.
The Federal Reserve is restricting the investing activities of policymakers and senior staff, including banning them from holding or trading individual stocks and bonds.
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