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|... Elia added. The fund is in the process of merging with Intrust Super ; early in the year it pooled assets with Maritime Super.|
|Appearing before a parliamentary committee, Maritime Super provided some clarity into its partnership with Hostplus. In his appearance at the House of Representatives Standing Committee on E conomics yesterday Maritime Super chief executive Peter Robertson ...|
|... transfer (SFT) agreement with the $3 billion Intrust Super. In February, it combined its assets with the $6 billion Maritime Super. In late 2019, Club Super folded into Hostplus, growing the latter to $45 billion at the time. In the latest merger, Adelaide-based ...|
|... and purchase of Suncorp's superannuation business. The $61 billion Hostplus has entered a partnership with Maritime Super. Last month, Club Plus signed a memorandum of understanding with AustralianSuper to create a $207 billion fund.|
|... memorandum of understanding with AustralianSuper. In a different industry, Hostplus has also entered a partnership with Maritime Super. Super fund merger activity has intensified in Queensland in recent months. The most significant of these is the QSuper ...|
|... million. Cbus and Media Super also announced they are working on a merger plan to become a $60 billion fund while Maritime Super and Hostplus announced an asset pooling partnership that will create a $61 billion trust. "The stand-out issue in the industry ...|
|... 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 idea ...|
|... 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.|
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After four months of due diligence, the two super funds have confirmed they will merge before the end of the year.
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The $179 billion sovereign wealth fund has promoted internally to appoint a deputy chief investment officer for portfolio strategy.
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The alarming rate that financial advice is increasingly becoming unaffordable for everyday Australians further cements the position of the rich and powerful, an inquiry heard this morning.
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The Sydney multi-boutique has appointed a Queensland-based distribution director, hiring from GSFM.
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