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|At a virtual round table hosted by QIC the chief investment officers of AustralianSuper, LGIAsuper and more defended allocations to illiquid assets. Following weeks of scrutiny over potential liquidity issues facing super funds, the chief investments ...|
|... the value of its property and infrastructure in response to COVID-19, joining AustralianSuper, UniSuper and Hostplus. LGIAsuper reduced the valuation of its property portfolio by 5% and infrastructure portfolio by 3%. The changes translate to a -1% reduction ...|
|... fund have committed to a 10% decrease in their remuneration until at least June 30 as the COVID-19 pandemic rolls on. LGIAsuper will fund the 10% pay cut through the executives' and directors' annual leave entitlements. The changes will be reviewed ...|
|... $12 billion super fund is currently without a head of investments, after the departure of a long-serving executive. LGIAsuper has confirmed to Financial Standard the departure of Guy Rundle, the government fund's long-time head of investment. Rundle ...|
|... superannuation fund are benefitting from expanded financial advice capabilities via a partnership with Link Advice. LGIAsuper partnered with Link Advice in October 2019 and has now expanded its telephone service for providing advice to members. LGIAsuper ...|
|The European real estate manager for LGIAsuper has sold-off two of its property assets in Paris and Copenhagen, raking in a nice $36.5 million for the Queensland-based super fund. Europa Capital sold its Semaphore investment, an office building west ...|
|... than $12 billion in retirement savings is aiming to improve the lives of locals who need physical support housing. LGIAsuper has invested in The Mews Apartments, a residential development in Woolloongabba in the south-east of Brisbane, featuring 10 specialist ...|
|... the in-house telephone financial advice services of a $12 billion superannuation fund. Link Advice has partnered with LGIAsuper as the fund aims to meet increased demand for financial planning services. According to LGIAsuper, members can now access ...|
|... superannuation fund has welcomed a new chief investment officer who recently finished up with another industry fund. LGIAsuper named Troy Rieck, most recently the chief investment officer of Equipsuper, to replace David Todd. Todd served as investments ...|
|... superannuation fund has appointed a new asset consultant, ending a 17-year relationship with Willis Towers Watson. LGIAsuper has appointed JANA to act as its asset consultant, marking the third of its key external contracts to change hands this year. ...|
The $80 billion fund manager has hired BMO Global Asset Management's Asia Pacific managing director as an executive director as the incumbent retires.
Wilson Asset Management has responded to allegations by Keybridge Capital, noting the investment manager has already failed twice in previous attempts to obtain orders of this kind.
The former head of ESG investment research at AMP Capital has taken up a new role.
Fortnum, Centrepoint, Easton Wealth, CountPlus, Fitzpatricks and Paragem have all criticised the Financial Planning Association of Australia's latest policy proposal.
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