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|... total superannuation assets of $3 trillion, than the impact seen in Chile and Peru. However, a study from The McKell Institute found COVID early release applicants had already lost $3164 each in savings as they lost out on the strong market rebound. ...|
|... scheme could have been $3100 better off than if they had kept their balance intact, new research reveals. The McKell Institute, a thinktank, found that over three million Australians who took advantage of the scheme lost out from the rapid recovery of ...|
|... consumption needs while fulfilling fiduciary obligations at the same time. This is according to research from The McKell Institute, which highlights the importance of investing beneficiaries' money not only in their best financial interests but also ...|
|... aside for the time they give up goes to the Transport Workers' Union to benefit its members. The union said a McKell Institute's report, The Success of Representative Governance on Superannuation Boards (June 2014), showed how the current industry fund ...|
|A new superannuation report by the McKell Institute has fanned the flames of the on-going performance debate between industry and retail funds by highlighting the returns gap between the two segments over the last 25 years. The research uses historical ...|
|... independent super fund trustees has been spurred by flawed assumptions, reveals new research released by the McKell Institute. In the report 'The Success of Representative Governance on Superannuation Boards' the authors - professor Raymond Markey, Dr ...|
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Christian Super is reducing insurance premiums for most of its members, saying the offering now better aligns with what is available at other super funds.
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The head of investment stewardship at VFMC has departed, with an interim replacement appointed.
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KPMG Australia and The Table Club have produced a new report revealing how much growth family offices expect from investments and what they want from investment managers.
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A former Westpac executive has joined BlackRock to lead its wealth division for Asia Pacific.
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