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|... Super has had tail-risk protection in place for its defined benefit plan for a few years. Chief investment officer Michael Wyrsch told Financial Standard that the strategy paid off during recent volatility. "We have now monetised it and locked in a 3% ...|
|... cut, including the $9.3 billion NGS Super chief investment officer Ben Squires (rank 62) and Vision Super's Michael Wyrsch (rank 96).|
|... international equity portfolio, behind Amazon, representing 1.56% of its portfolio. Vision chief investment officer Michael Wyrsch said: "We have been concerned about a lack of content monitoring and the potential consequences of unregulated content ...|
|... emissions disclosures by companies like Exxon." The climate action team comprises Rowe, chief investment officer Michael Wyrsch, and members of the investment and strategy teams. The climate expert will ideally have qualifications in environmental science ...|
|... invest their super without paying high fees and is believed to be an industry first by chief investment officer Michael Wyrsch. The sustainable balanced investment option is well below benchmark for companies with no material exposure to controversial ...|
|... members from share market downturns thanks to a tail risk hedging strategy. Vision Super chief investment officer Michael Wyrsch said management of the defined benefit plan "requires a balance between taking risks to meet demanding funding objectives ...|
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Melbourne's Warakirri Asset Management has launched new retail funds from its freshly-minted partnership with Northcape Capital.
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Synchron's general manager of legal, risk and compliance Michael Jones has resigned, with a new appointment to lead the dealer group's compliance.
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The Association of Superannuation Funds of Australia (ASFA) has released a six-step plan aiming to drive industry-wide productivity gains in superannuation.
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The Commonwealth Bank has announced an 11.3% profit hit due to the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic and slashed its dividend by 31%.
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