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|... confirmed in June. Hostplus is also in the process of merging with Statewide Super, with the two signing a Heads of Agreement in August.|
|... planners by video conference." ACSRF is currently working towards a merger with NGS, with a view to signing a Heads of Agreement shortly. If confirmed, the funds will look to merge early next year.|
|... agreement to explore a merger following a short period of discussion. Hostplus and Statewide Super have signed a Heads of Agreement, with a note on the former's website dated last week confirming the "important milestone". If successful, the combined ...|
|... independent review's report. ASIC has agreed to not seek any further declarations on contraventions by DASS. The heads of agreement still needs court approval. "The board of EP1 views this as an important step towards resolving the legal proceeding ...|
|... Statewide Super said formal discussions are in the works and that they intend to shortly sign an exclusive Heads of Agreement. This marks the third time this year Hostplus has joined forces with other industry funds to either merge or pool the assets ...|
|... have been notified of a few changes ahead of its merger with Sunsuper. After QSuper and Sunsuper executed a Heads of Agreement, confirming their intention to merge and create a $200 billion super fund in March, QSuper has now updated a number of its ...|
|... all time periods mentioned. Last month, the Australia Post Superannuation Scheme (APSS) signed a non-binding heads of agreement to explore a merger with Sunsuper, which is committed to a merger with QSuper to create a $200 billion plus fund. Also last ...|
|... estate and other minority investments, while AMP will retain a 40% stake. The 30-day exclusivity period in the heads of agreement with no certainty that the transaction will proceed. The news follows speculation last week that AMP chief executive Francesco ...|
|The Australia Post Superannuation Scheme (APSS) has signed a non-binding heads of agreement to explore a merger with Sunsuper. The $8 billion APSS has been closed to new Australia Post employees since 2012 and has around 30,000 members. APSS Trustee's ...|
|... naming the key executives and board directors to lead the $200 billion entity. The two funds have signed a Heads of Agreement to merge by September this year, a decision that is supported by the Queensland government. The move will see the departure ...|
Natixis Investment Managers hired an institutional sales director who spent nearly a decade at First Sentier Investors.
The newly merged LGIAsuper and Energy Super have scrapped a weekly administration fee and will retain an annual fee as a result of scale benefits.
Fidelity International launched a climate investing policy with a rating scheme in a bid to halve its carbon emissions by 2030.
The House of Representatives Standing Committee on Tax and Revenue has recommended that the Australian Tax Office develop a Bill of Rights' for taxpayers.
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