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|... unions for example, which are set to profit $31 million over a decade. He was particularly critical of Industry Super Australia spending $40 million last year on advertising. ISA told Financial Standard in the past that it has not increased its marketing ...|
|... workers of their retirement savings worth $3.6 billion, based on Australian Tax Office estimates from 2015. Industry Super Australia thinks this figure is closer to $6 billion . New figures from the ATO reveal that 24,000 employers have come forward ...|
|... announced a $33 billion pipeline to stimulate business activity and help restore the economy, according to Industry Super Australia. ISA said the capital expenditure was identified as part of a survey of industry super funds, IFM Investors and ISPT. ...|
|Industry Super Australia has slammed the government's early release of superannuation scheme, arguing it will significantly increase the long-term Age Pension costs borne by taxpayers. Total retirement incomes will be substantially lower, it said, while ...|
|Industry Super Australia has found some common ground with the Grattan Institute in regards to its report on the effects of the government's Early Release of Super (ERS) scheme. Part of Grattan's modelling found that millions who accessed the COVID-19 ...|
|... always know best." The back and forth comes after Keating made comments against the ERS scheme at an Industry Super Australia event. Keating said the scheme had come at a huge cost to individual's retirement savings, and particularly affected low-income ...|
|Industry Super Australia (ISA) claims 27% of Queenslanders with a super account have accessed the Early Release of Super (ERS) scheme; the highest proportion in the nation. ISA said over 145,000 Queenslanders have wiped out their retirement savings ...|
|... review has relied on modelling using data not available to the public or external experts, according to Industry Super Australia. "In the interests of transparency, it is critical this report is immediately released to the public so its findings can ...|
|... in 2014. "ASIC was concerned that BT misled consumers into believing that BT had an affiliation with Industry Super Australia (ISA), an organisation which manages collective projects on behalf of fifteen industry super funds. BT has never had an affiliation ...|
|... $19.5 billion over the 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 ...|
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The corporate watchdog's executive director of wealth management has nabbed a promotion and will now assume the role of ASIC's executive director of financial services.
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New research has identified that urgent short-term need for money is the main driver for people withdrawing their superannuation savings under the COVID-19 ERS scheme.
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Westpac has agreed to pay a civil penalty of $1.3 billion in relation to its contraventions of the anti-money laundering and counter terrorism laws.
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Victorian Funds Management Corporation has welcomed a head of client and market development to its executive team.
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