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|... the largest super fund administrator in Australia and provides administrative services to AustralianSuper, Hostplus, MTAA Super and HESTA among others. Mercer head of industry and public sector superannuation Jo-Anne Bloch told Financial Standard that ...|
|... Two industry super funds have pushed back the date for their merger due to the COVID-19 global crisis. Tasplan and MTAA Super were initially scheduled to merge on 1 October 2020, but have now extended the timeline to finalise the deal until 31 March ...|
|... from 1 April 2020, making it the most recent fund to increase fees ahead of the PYS changes. AustralianSuper, HESTA, MTAA Super and VicSuper are amongst some of the other major funds to pass on an increased fee to members. The government reforms have ...|
|... HESTA is not the only one to rejig its insurance fee after PYS changes. Other funds who also changed fees include MTAA Super and Rest.|
|... acquired the Institute of Technical Education College West PPP Project in Singapore on behalf of industry super funds MTAA Super and Prime Super.|
|A $13 billion industry superannuation fund has increased its insurance fees ahead of merging later this year. MTAA Super wrote to members in a significant event notice to let them know that from 3 February 2020 insurance fees for death and total and ...|
|... of 8.4% in 12 months, according to the research house. The positive result comes as Tasplan prepares to merge with MTAA Super, having confirmed in November 2019 that a merger would go ahead in October 2020. With MTAA Super serving as the successor fund ...|
|... fees and costs and the sustainability of member outcomes. AMIST, Energy Super, First State Super, HESTA, Media Super, MTAA Super, QSuper, Sunsuper, Equipsuper, UniSuper, Cbus and Vision Super were given clear ratings across all categories. Noticeably ...|
|The chief executive of $10 billion Tasplan Super is set to exit the fund, as Tasplan and MTAA Super commit to merge on October 2020. Current Tasplan chief executive Wayne Davy will stay on until the merger date. However, starting next October, MTAA ...|
|... completed the acquisition of the Institute of Technical Education College West PPP Project in Singapore on behalf of MTAA Super and Prime Super. The education center was previously owned by Gammon Investments and Jardine Matherson Holdings as part of ...|
APRA has asked superannuation funds to submit their in-house modelling on the magnitude of impact they are expecting from the Federal Government's special allowance for early release from superannuation.
Zenith Investment Partners wants to reverse out of its planned $12 million purchase of Chant West's superannuation business, saying the latter has been materially affected since February, but Chant West is digging its heels in.
The $10 billion industry superannuation fund has issued a notice to members detailing changes to investment fees, admin fees, insurance premiums and investment objectives.
New research has revealed the 22 ASX 300 companies - many of which super funds have exposure to - that are polluters and haven't performed well this year.
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