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|... provided to Financial Standard , Bragg contacted APRA in February to express concerns over the "quasi-merger" between Maritime Super and Hostplus where the former will "effectively become a shell company" overseen by the Hostplus trustee board. "The ...|
|... retail funds, four from public sector funds, five from industry funds and two from corporate funds. Since then, Maritime Super and Tasplan has gone back to running their MySuper products as single strategy, with Tasplan citing higher admin cost of lifecycle ...|
|... a $61 billion trust, in a move that is set to be a better alternative to a merger. Touted as an industry first, Maritime Super and Hostplus today announced an asset-pooling partnership that will take effect 30 April 2021. Maritime Super's $6 billion ...|
|... corporate funds. Tasplan is not the first superannuation fund to reverse from lifecycle to single strategy, with Maritime Super having made a similar move in September 2020.|
|... (lifecycle) AUSCOAL (lifecycle) EISS Super AMP's AFLPA and AFL Industry MySuper, and MySuper No.3 (lifecycle) Maritime Super Super funds that slog exorbitant administration fees to members with low balances of $50,000 and less are: BT Funds Management's ...|
|... product. The best cash super product went to AMG Super, followed by Intrust Super, NGS Super, Virgin Money and Maritime Super. UniSuper took home best growth product for its Sustainable High Growth option and Colonial First State was named highest super ...|
|... criticised for their unsatisfactory investment performance and relatively high fees based on APRA's heatmap metrics. Maritime Super, LUCRF Super, and several BT Funds Management products such as Asgard's Employee MySuper, BT Super for Life and ...|
|... members who have it quite good, paying just 19% of fee revenue. Overall, in the two years to June end, members of Maritime Super saw the biggest fee cuts with the total expense ratio (TER) for a $50,000 balance dropping by more than 0.8%. It was followed ...|
|... members," Clancy said. MLC Life Insurance has this year won at least two super fund mandates: for the $6 billion Maritime Super where it replaced AIA Australia and the Generali Employee Benefits (GEB) scheme. OnePath Life was renewed as the insurer for ...|
|... the highest Sharpe ratio and the fewest negative returns. Australia's least volatile MySuper products were EISS, Maritime Super, CBA Group Super, BUSSQ and WA Super. These products were also found to have some of the best downside protection metrics ...|
The Australian Taxation Office yesterday couldn't answer exactly how many stapling-triggered employer checks it expects, but maintained its readiness for a July 1 go-live.
The asset manager is partnering with a start-up to build a new platform for institutional investors to trade digital currencies.
Australia's largest superannuation fund is taking issue with the proposed stapling regulations, arguing that the model is backwards and will not protect members from being stuck in dud funds.
The prudential regulator has commenced industry consultation on revisions to the prudential standards for life insurers to protect life insurance policy holders against the use of offshore reinsurers.
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