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|... to change its name actually more out of necessity. Speaking to Financial Standard , ElectricSuper chief executive Nic Szuster said the fund has struggled for years, being frequently confused with the other EISS Super - the Energy Industry Superannuation ...|
|... appointed a new chief executive following the departure of Jon Holbrook in July. Joining EISS as its new leader is Nic Szuster, a former chief executive at Local Super before its merger with Statewide Super in 2012. Most recently he was a director at ...|
|... be prepared with Local Super telling Financial Standard that due diligence will be completed around mid-December. Nic Szuster, chief executive of Local Super, said in May that the funds had been hoping to merge by September 30 to take advantage of the ...|
|... a better proposition for our members." O'Flaherty said the two funds had similar objectives and made a good fit. Nic Szuster, chief executive of Local Super, said the funds had been hoping to merge by September 30 to take advantage of the Federal Government's ...|
|... super fund. The fund announced that it has entered into a partnership with Victorian-based super fund Vision Super. Nic Szuster, chief executive of Local Super, said that the tender went out to both the previous provider, Mercer Human Resources Consulting ...|
|SA-based fund Local Super has appointed a former Mercer HR principal as its new CEO. Nic Szuster took on the newly created role which will involve over-seeing the ongoing product and services development, business expansion and increasing the fund's ...|
AustralianSuper will introduce a new fee for MySuper members from April 2020 to offset the impact of the Protecting Your Super changes.
The alternatives assets data juggernaut is opening an office in Sydney, as it looks to expand its local client base and build its research coverage.
New Industry Super Australia research claims to show plans to make superannuation optional for low-income workers is nothing more than a tax grab.
A Brisbane boutique is winding up an Aussie equities fund, after an investor decided to redeem their money, representing roughly 60% of the fund's assets, just before Christmas.
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