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|... of the S&P/ASX 200 Index during this time. Last is currently a non-executive director of ASX-listed Mainstream Group Holdings and is also the chair of its audit and risk committee. Previously, Last served as the chief financial officer at NAB Asset Management ...|
|Mainstream Group Holdings is moving away from providing superannuation administration services to industry and corporate funds to focus instead on growing its public offer super fund. The ASX-listed firm announced today the super admin business will ...|
|... plans to merge with a larger super fund in July. Combined Super has filed a termination notice with Mainstream Group Holdings ahead of its intention to merge administration with Prime Super's incumbent service provider. Prime Super's administrator ...|
|... we can offer our clients alongside our existing European UCITs and Cayman fund platforms," he said. Mainstream Group Holdings has assets under administration of more than $138 billion, as at June 30. This story was updated at 1:07pm|
|... former Commonwealth Bank general manager has joined the board of a $133 billion fund administrator. Mainstream Group Holdings appointed JoAnna Fisher to its board as an independent non-executive director, adding Fisher's 20 years of senior management ...|
|... assessed that Mainstream is well placed to meet our administration needs now and into the future." Mainstream Group Holdings chief executive officer Martin Smith said: "Since our listing we have found a sweet spot supporting $1-3 billion fund managers ...|
Australia's superannuation sector is fighting a war on three different fronts, as the economic fallout of COVID-19 continues to bite.
Significant hikes in group insurance premiums have been put down to the Protecting Your Super reforms - with members of four superannuation funds facing premium increases of 34%.
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.
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