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|... most," Spirit Super chief executive Leeanne Turner, who has worked with Dahn since 2012, said. Spirit Super chair Naomi Edwards said working with Dahn was one of the best parts of the merger. Meanwhile, former MTAA Super chair John Brumby credited Dahn ...|
|... Super reforms and subsequent decrease in the number of members covered by its group insurance policy. Tasplan chair Naomi Edwards said: "Our name is our future, so it was important we embraced something our members could be proud of and inspired by. ...|
|... long-term benefits and value that they provide to members and their fund." Tasplan trustee director and executive chair Naomi Edwards agreed, and said the focus would increase on mergers "post-COVID". "I definitely think that post-COVID there will be ...|
|... fund, Tasplan's chief executive Wayne Davy will depart once the merger has completed. The fund's current chair, Naomi Edwards, will serve as chair of the merged funds. Industry funds outperformed the retail cohort, seeing an overall rating of 65.1% compared ...|
|... Brumby will retire after nine years in the role and cede the chairmanship of the merged fund to current Tasplan Chair Naomi Edwards. In June, the two funds said they had entered into a binding Memorandum of Understanding to investigate a possible merger ...|
|... discussed how mergers will impact the investment strategy of superannuation funds. The panelists included Tasplan chair Naomi Edwards who has experience with many mergers, VicSuper chief executive Michael Dudon whose fund is in advanced stages of due ...|
|... according to a panel at the 2019 Australian Superannuation Investment Conference. Appearing on the panel, Tasplan chair Naomi Edwards said she has seen the fund go from $2.5 billion to just under $10 billion through mergers in the last four years. She ...|
|... Allocation Committee. Stuart replaces Ian Lundy who left the fund in March after two years in the role. Tasplan chair Naomi Edwards said the fund is extremely grateful for the opportunity to welcome to the team someone with such strong experience and ...|
|... thoroughly assessed by all parties, with the best interests of members being the key deciding factor. Tasplan chair Naomi Edwards and MTAA Super chair John Brumby said this is an exciting opportunity to create one fund that would provide services nationally ...|
|... join the board. McLennan was previously the general secretary of the Queensland Council of Unions. David Smith, Naomi Edwards, Louise du Pre-Alba and Suzette Thurman were all re-elected. AIST President, Catherine Bolger welcomed the new appointees and ...|
The September financial adviser exam pass rate was stable at 60% but continues to fall below the overall pass rate of 88.5%.
The House of Representatives Standing Committee on Tax and Revenue has released a report aimed at overhauling Australia's corporate bond market.
Future Fund's latest portfolio update shows the sovereign wealth fund is just shy of hitting $200 billion.
Share trading platform Superhero will take the $40 million it has raised this year to expand into New Zealand by mid-2022.
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