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|... billion fund, LGIAsuper which is merging with Suncorp and Energy Super to create a $28 billion fund, and the $ 2.6 billion Intrust which is merging with $61 billion Hostplus.|
|The $61 billion Hostplus will combine with the $2.6 billion Intrust as it pursues its long-standing ambition of acquiring more members in Queensland, Financial Standard understands. The 33-year-old Intrust has about 96,000 members, and 30,000 employers ...|
|... offer builds on an existing partnership between Link and legalsuper. Super Blueprint, which is also used by funds like Intrust Super, promises a personalised approach to delivering advice relating to investment choice, insurance, projected retirement ...|
|... Global Shares took out best international shares super product. The best cash super product went to AMG Super, followed by Intrust Super, NGS Super, Virgin Money and Maritime Super. UniSuper took home best growth product for its Sustainable High Growth ...|
|A profit-for-member super fund is providing a tax rebate for members who choose an account-based pension. Intrust Super's introduction of the Pension Transfer Bonus (PTB) is aiming to help members increase their retirement balances if they choose ...|
|... Putting Members' Interests First packages saw the pool of insured accounts decrease. REI Super , Tasplan , legalsuper and Intrust Super all recently increased premiums on various types of cover. In August, Hostplus increased the premiums on optional ...|
|... Queensland-based industry fund will soon see their insurance premiums rise by as much as 43% from October. From October 1, members of Intrust Super's MySuper option will pay more for both life cover and life and TPD cover. For those members that hold ...|
|... CareSuper, HESTA, and Statewide Super with eight months of negative returns. Rest, Hostplus, CommBank Group, Club Plus Super, Intrust Super, Sunsuper for Life and Media Super all had nine months of negative returns.|
|AMP, Colonial First State, Equity Trustees, IOOF, Intrust, Netwealth and Suncorp have been caught out by the corporate watchdog for wrongfully assigning 'smoker' statuses to new members, with only four of the aforementioned businesses set to ...|
|... Other funds falling behind meeting the five day deadline include Future Super (54.9%), ING Superannuation Fund (69%), Intrust Super (61.4%) and Mercer Portfolio Service Super Plan (31.3%).|
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Senator Jane Hume is allowing candidates who have failed the Financial Adviser Standards and Ethics Authority (FASEA) exam twice to re-sit it in 2022.
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The industry fund has appointed a general manager of brand and marketing.
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The government has passed legislation that will see the establishment of an independent body that will review the effectiveness of both the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) and the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA).
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Westpac has decided to retain its New Zealand business after reviewing the feasibility of the 160-year-old division and the impact of increased capital requirements.
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