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|... lifetime income, hoping to combat longevity risk and fears that retirees will run out of money. Chief executive Michael Pennisi told a recent member update that the product, while still in the works, complements the Age Pension and other superannuation ...|
|... superannuation fund's chief of advice for QInvest in February 2019, finished up on October 9. QSuper chief executive Michael Pennisi said Hughes was a valued member of the group's senior management team for more than five years, working in roles that ...|
|... financial year, earning $1.19 million. He is followed by Silk, who received $1.06 million, while QSuper's chief Michael Pennisi was paid $1.02 million. Among the highest-paid chief investment officers, News Corp found UniSuper's John Pearce was ...|
|... customers on July 6 and cut over 50 positions, as it sees demand for holistic advice fall. QSuper chief executive Michael Pennisi said the decision is based on several years of data, member feedback and member needs. In the last three years, less than ...|
|... other possibilities . "That could mean a merger, or it could mean some other arrangement," QSuper chief executive Michael Pennisi said in late November. Asked by committee chair Tim Wilson if an arrangement could amount to the two super funds pooling ...|
|... potential partnership with giant Queensland public sector super fund QSuper. Late last week, QSuper chief executive Michael Pennisi revealed the funds weren't committed to a merger, with other options still on the cards.|
|... Appearing before the House of Representatives Standing Committee on Economics on Thursday, QSuper chief executive Michael Pennisi fielded questions from Committee chair and Liberal MP Tim Wilson over the potential arrangement between the two Queensland ...|
|... factor that weighed most heavily on my decision to join Brad and the QSuper team," Woodhouse said. Chief executive Michael Pennisi commented Woodhouse is a key part of the success of QSuper's investment outcomes over the last decade. "His breadth ...|
|... members were paid more than they should have. In a letter penned to members on its website, QSuper chief executive Michael Pennisi wrote the fund apologises "unreservedly" to all affected. "Our immediate priority was to restore the account balances for ...|
|... contribution will come to an end next year, but I know QSuper will continue to improve and evolve." Chief executive Michael Pennisi said Holzberger's contribution to QSuper and to superannuation policy more broadly has been "immense." Pennisi highlighted ...|
IOOF expects to spend up to $32 million on paying out Buyer of Last Resort arrangements with financial advisers leaving its network, primarily from Bridges Financial Services.
Link Group is now exploring the possibility of listing PEXA despite recently flagging there was strong interest from other parties in buying the property settlement platform.
PIMCO has named a new lead for its Asia Pacific business as part of an executive shuffle announced overnight.
Even before the COVID-19 vaccine arrived in Australia, it was clear we were returning to pre-pandemic normality, and latest stats back this.
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