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|... system that has disadvantaged women. Super Life is founded by chief executive Pascale Helyar-Moray, who formerly led Human Super . According to its website, Super Life is a superannuation fund designed for women who care about their retirement and want ...|
|In its third iteration, challenger superannuation offering Human Super will relaunch under a new name, almost two years after its initial attempt to enter the market. Human Super - a superannuation product designed specifically for women - will relaunch ...|
|Female-focused superannuation startup Human Super confirmed its launch plans are on hold as well as the departure of its chief executive after eight months in the role. Human Super interim chair Jeremy Levy told Financial Standard the venture is still ...|
|AustralianSuper and Human Super support a mandatory increase to the superannuation guarantee for women in a bid to close the superannuation gap. Both super funds are lobbying for a mandatory 12% SG contribution, stating the 2.5% increase would make ...|
|... of investment trusts marketing at J.P. Morgan Asset Management has been appointed the inaugural chief executive of Human Super. Pascale Helyar-Moray will take leadership of the newly launched product effective immediately and hopes to help Australian ...|
|Human Super, the latest superannuation product specifically crafted for women, will soon launch in Australia. Co-founded by Mike Walpole and Kuba Tymula, the product hopes to reach out to women who the co-founders see as massively underserved by the ...|
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The Queensland-headquartered asset manager has appointed a general manager for capital solutions, and an investment director in its state investments team.
New York based ARP Investments has entered the Australian market through a partnership with Axius Partners.
A fourth person has been sentenced to four years imprisonment for their role in a syndicate that allegedly defrauded the Commonwealth of over $105 million.
The International Monetary Fund has predicted global public debt will rise to its highest levels in history as a result of the economic fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic.
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