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|... be self-funded in their retirement by 2050," said Association of Superannuation Funds of Australia chief executive Martin Fahy said. Overall, the report said Australia's budget and economy outlook for the next 40 years has been hit by COVID-19 and ...|
|... Australian worker has not shared in ballooning business profits over the last twenty years," ASFA chief executive Martin Fahy said. "The long-overdue increase in the Super Guarantee will go some way to address the structural imbalances that continue ...|
|... government on further changes to get the best outcome for members," Industry Super Australia said. ASFA chief executive Martin Fahy said: "Australian superannuation funds' strategic asset allocation, including the significant allocation to unlisted ...|
|... deposits would be disastrous and push prices even further out of reach of first-time buyers," ASFA chief executive Martin Fahy said. "Superannuation isn't the reason young Australians can't afford to buy a home of their own. A lack of supply, and the ...|
|... adequate income in retirement, it is not about facilitating excessive wealth transfers," said ASFA chief executive Martin Fahy. The association is also recommending the government increase the low-income superannuation tax offset (LISTO) threshold from ...|
|... and timeframes to achieve cybersecurity goals. The Association of Superannuation Funds of Australia chief executive Martin Fahy said the superannuation value chain is made up of more than just the funds. "The critical point to make is that the industry ...|
|... both price increases and decreases that immediately flowed from the impact of the pandemic," ASFA chief executive Martin Fahy said. "Dramatic changes in our lifestyles had a big impact on demand and prices right across the economy but for at least some ...|
|... patterns, work part-time and tend to be lower paid," Association of Superannuation Funds of Australia chief executive Martin Fahy said. "Structural issues such as the $450 per month threshold for SG, not receiving super during paid parental leave, practical ...|
|... helping them to build the nest egg necessary to fund a dignified retirement in this country," said ASFA chief executive Martin Fahy. In addition to the revelations about the SG, the results also found that 75% of respondents said that they would struggle ...|
|... estimates that about $100 billion of members' money is left in underperforming super products. ASFA chief executive Martin Fahy said Australia does not suffer from a shortage of good funds. It is imperative that any measures that are designed to address ...|
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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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