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|... retirees are still showing high levels of worry that they will outlive their savings," National Seniors chief executive John McCallum said. "This shows a need for better advice and education to help older Australians manage their savings so they can ...|
|... one of the keys to a comfortable retirement is financial flexibility," NSA chief executive and research director John McCallum said. "We look forward to growing our partnership with Household Capital for the benefit of our members and supporters who ...|
|... of financial products for retirement since the 2014 Financial System Inquiry. National Seniors' chief executive John McCallum noted after having their retirement savings managed for them during their entire working lives, retirees suddenly assume the ...|
|... in support of two potential options; superannuation insurance and compulsory saving at retirement. Report author John McCallum said even if people want to plan, there is limited availability of financial products that can assist individuals to efficiently ...|
|... these up against other trade-offs they must make to deal with longer lifespans," National Seniors research director John McCallum said. Challenger chairman, retirement income Jeremy Cooper added that it's time to put the inheritance myth to rest. "Retirees ...|
Fidelity Investments' lead portfolio manager for global equities strategies has resigned.
Aware Super has appointed an index solutions provider to take care of its passive equity and fixed income mandates.
As an increasing number of institutions allocate to cryptocurrency and explore blockchain solutions, State Street is launching a dedicated digital finance division, appointing the current head of global markets to lead it.
ASX has acquired a minority stake in fast-growing superannuation administrator GROW Inc.
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