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|... at Zip Co Limited, Ingenia Communities, Australian Technology Innovators and ALE Property Group. In January 2020, Innes Willox was appointed as the deputy chair of AustralianSuper's board, taking over from ACTU secretary Dave Oliver. Willox has been ...|
|... investment sectors, as well as to women in business. Other members of the finance industry who made the list include Innes Willox, chief executive of the Australians Industry group who made the list for his contributions to business, industry and the ...|
|... guarantee threshold will add more to employer costs than the retirement incomes of women. AI Group chief executive Innes Willox said Labor's proposal to phase out the $450 minimum monthly income threshold for eligibility of the superannuation guarantee ...|
|... formula telling us we need a different structure to perform," Oliver said. Australian Industry Group chief executive Innes Willox said AiG and the ACTU are an example of groups working together on superannuation boards with a common purpose. The organisations ...|
|... Ai Group, which is represented on the board of AustralianSuper - are not members of ACCI. Ai Group chief executive Innes Willox said the group continues to support the Fair Work Commission process. Read all Financial Standard coverage of the FSC Annual ...|
|... executive Bill Morrow is scheduled to address an AMCHAM lunch in Sydney and Australian Industry Group chief executive Innes Willox is to give a major industrial relations talk in Melbourne. In Australia, the market on Thursday closed almost one per cent ...|
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The nation's wealth gap continues to widen as new research suggests Australia is among the richest in the world, rising up the ranks to record one of the largest gains in wealth in 2020.
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The Guardians of NZ Superannuation promoted a senior investment strategist to head of asset allocation.
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Citi has appointed a new head of research for Australia and New Zealand.
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Clients who claimed Commonwealth Bank financial advisers put them in expensive CMLA life insurance policies instead of cheaper alternatives have been asked to narrow their group definition.
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