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|Local Government Super (LGS) announced it has been certified carbon neutral through Climate Active. LGS said the certification means it is one of only five Australian super funds to achieve carbon neutral status. The fund said it was awarded the certification ...|
|... Australian Settlements, as well as the Australia and New Zealand Recycling Platform and CBHS Corporate Health, among others. LGS chair Kyle Loades said the addition of Bels as a non-executive director would bring a wealth of experience to the fund, noting ...|
|... change to its offerings prompted management to conduct an independent tender process to assess the offerings in the market. LGS chief executive officer, Phil Stockwell, said he was pleased to announce a five-year extension to LGS' long and supportive ...|
|... strategy, leadership and operational experience in financial services organisations in times of change is a good fit for LGS and our members," LGS chair Kyle Loades said. "The LGS board, in making this pivotal appointment, was focussed on securing a ...|
|... the appointments announced this morning. "His focus on member-based organisations and innovation will be an asset to the LGS Board as we work to deliver the best possible retirement outcomes for our members. Miller said Orleow is LGS's first female ...|
|... of our members through the responsible, long-term stewardship of their funds," he said. "This is a great achievement for LGS," the fund's acting chief executive Donna Heffernan added. "We've long been an industry leader in Australia, so it's ...|
|... reform. The board will grow from eight seats to nine to accommodate the change, signaling the end for two current directors. LGS chair Bruce Miller said the board had come to realise independence was critical to the fund's chances of future success. ...|
|... support ASI's emerging markets and Asia-Pacific team in the newly created role after spending more than eight years at LGS. Moya Yip was appointed acting head of responsible investments; she has been the fund's responsible investment manager ...|
|... Smith, has resigned less than two years in the role. Smith joined the $11 billion superannuation fund in September 2017 . LGS confirmed that deputy chief executive Donna Heffernan will take the top role in an acting capacity. Smith was the head of AXIS ...|
|... That said; a shortlist based solely on five-year performance figures looks quite different. Hostplus, Cbus, AustralianSuper, LGS, CareSuper and Statewide would again feature. However, Intrust, BUSSQ, MTAA Super and UniSuper would this time round out ...|
Pendal Group has made year-long fee cuts on two funds, as it sees the Reserve Bank of Australia holding the cash rate at the record-low of 0.25%.
Standard & Poor's has downgraded AMP Limited's credit rating from BBB+ to BBB, with all AMP Group entities on CreditWatch with negative implications.
ME Bank chief executive Jamie McPhee has resigned after weathering scrutiny over the bank's adjusting of redraw facilities for mortgage customers and its relationship with the industry funds that own it.
At a time when many Australians are engaging directly with their superannuation fund for the first time, member satisfaction appears mixed, with two separate surveys producing some opposing views.
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