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|... delivered over 500 client conversations in the year to date. Deployment of Iress' super admin solutions to ESS Super and Guild Super are also progressing well and on track for delivery in the first half of 2021. Iress said it is also on track to deliver ...|
|... before exploring opportunities in the New Year." Prior to her time at CareSuper, Reynolds was head of operations at Guild Super. Vanguard has been moving ahead with a planned super offering for Australia, with several key appointments made in recent ...|
|... millennial. However, only 14% of its funds under management are held by millennial members. Military Super (91%) and Guild Super (68%) have the highest proportion of millennial members, and while Military Super members are likely to be relatively unaffected ...|
|The executive manager of operations at a $17 billion industry superannuation fund resigned recently, with a replacement yet to be appointed. Rachel Reynolds has exited CareSuper after just under five years. Confirming the departure, CareSuper chief ...|
|Guild Financial Services, a subsidiary of the Guild Group, has merged with the trustee of Australian Childcare Super Fund (ACSF), Investment Nominees of Australia, acquiring 100 per cent of the company's shares. Under the merger Investment Nominees ...|
|... them. Banking and online facilities will change for GuildSuper members but Guild will be providing details of these to Guild Super employers prior to the transfer date.|
Rest has appointed a new general manager of superannuation and retirement solutions, hiring from NGS Super.
The US is betting that a combination of the stimulus package and COVID-19 vaccinations will lead to full economic recovery by the end of the year, according to a leading economist.
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Challenger's multi-boutique business has partnered with a Japanese asset management giant in a two-way relationship.
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ASIC has hit financial advisers with the news that levies will increase by the equivalent of 160% over two years, with industry bodies outraged.
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