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|... member engagement and lead to paying higher fees. The Association of Superannuation Funds of Australia chief executive Martin Fahy welcomed the new law. "Improvements in the efficiency of contributions processing (through the adoption of SuperStream) ...|
|... dried up super contributions from employers can have a devastating impact on retirement savings," ASFA chief executive Martin Fahy said. "Superannuation contributions made by employers are an employee entitlement, just like wages. In the case of insolvencies ...|
|... Association has pushed for a proposal for the early release of super to address housing affordability. ASFA chief executive Martin Fahy said the proposal would inflate the price of a property by $50,000 and eat into the retirement savings of young Australians. ...|
|... as the impact of COVID-19 continues to disrupt Australia's financial and economic conditions. ASFA chief executive Martin Fahy praised the work super funds have done to support their members and the community during the pandemic. "Superannuation funds ...|
|... its Budget announcement to make this a permanent policy." Association of Super Funds of Australia chief executive Martin Fahy said the association "strongly supported" a super industry which is competitive and continuously improving, both in terms of ...|
|... contributions would stimulate the economy have been panned. Association of Superannuation Funds of Australia chief executive Martin Fahy was blunt in his assessment of the situation. "These are anxious times and a strong fiscal response is warranted ...|
|... Australians should aim for a higher living standard in retirement than they enjoy while working." ASFA chief executive Martin Fahy launched a scathing attack on the institute's submission in response, labelling Grattan an "anti-retirement group" and ...|
|... while singles need to spend $44,146. These figures were up 0.8% for each on the previous quarter. ASFA chief executive Martin Fahy attributed these rising costs to the Aussie drought. "The drought has impacted on prices paid by retirees for food and ...|
|... well below the 3% cap imposed by the legislation." Association of Superannuation Funds of Australia chief executive Martin Fahy declined to comment specifically about the AustralianSuper fee hike but said regulatory changes can affect fund fees. "This ...|
|... services they offer to help you manage your savings." Association of Superannuation Funds of Australia chief executive Martin Fahy took a similar approach, and said that while ASFA supports measures designed to help trustees deliver better outcomes to ...|
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The corporate watchdog's executive director of wealth management has nabbed a promotion and will now assume the role of ASIC's executive director of financial services.
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New research has identified that urgent short-term need for money is the main driver for people withdrawing their superannuation savings under the COVID-19 ERS scheme.
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Westpac has agreed to pay a civil penalty of $1.3 billion in relation to its contraventions of the anti-money laundering and counter terrorism laws.
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Victorian Funds Management Corporation has welcomed a head of client and market development to its executive team.
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