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|... funds' property allocation based on a combined risk-adjusted basis. It found that Tasplan, CareSuper, TelstraSuper and Prime Super came out on top in the three years to September 2020. Looking at returns alone, Prime Super (7.9%), TelstraSuper (7.1%) ...|
|... Kaizen works with Victoria Funds Management Corporation, REST Super, Generation Life, CCI Insurance, Equity Trustees, Prime Super, legalsuper, Zenith Investment Partners, Payton Capital, Cooper Investors, ACSI, Paradigm Group, Aware Super, IFM Investors ...|
|... UniSuper achieved a 70% strike rate, meaning that they appeared seven times in the top 10 ranking across the sectors. Prime Super had a 60% strike rate, while AustralianSuper, Tasplan, QSuper and Australian Ethical had a 50% strike rate. The stock market ...|
|... Trustees' Aon MySuper (lifecycle) IOOF Mercer Superannuation's SmartPath (lifecycle) MLC Super Fund (lifecycle) Prime Super Suncorp's Lifestage Funds (lifecycle) Tidswell's Max Super Fund (lifecycle) APRA deputy chair Helen Rowell told ...|
|A retail MySuper fund delivered the best returns in the three years to October, the latest Rainmaker league table shows, but on an aggregate industry superannuation funds outranked peers. Australian Ethical Super's balanced accumulation fund (6.7% ...|
|... crowned best-value MySuper product ahead of Energy Industries Super Scheme (EISS Super) and Russell iQ. By asset class, Prime Super received the award for best property super product, best fixed interest went to Hostplus' diversified option, IOOF's ...|
|Retail superannuation funds provided by AMP and OnePath continue to charge high fees and deliver poor returns for members, the latest Fat Cat report shows. For the sixth year in a row , AMP continued to dominate robo-adviser Stockspot's Fat Cat ...|
|... profit-to-member superannuation fund has appointed a new director to its board. Allison Harker joins the board of Prime Super as a director, bringing with her financial services, human resources and primary industries expertise. Her early career began ...|
|... balance dropping by more than 0.8%. It was followed by AMP Signature Super, Hostplus, LGS, NGS Super, Grow Super, Prime Super, MLC Super, SmartSave and QSuper. Finally, for those proponents of the Future Fund becoming a default super fund, if it were ...|
|... three-year returns at 5.7%, and took the second risk-adjusted rank. After that, it was an industry fund whitewash, with Prime Super, First State Super, BUSSQ, Media Super, AustralianSuper, Cbus, Club Plus and NGS Super taking the remaining eight spots ...|
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Senator Jane Hume is allowing candidates who have failed the Financial Adviser Standards and Ethics Authority (FASEA) exam twice to re-sit it in 2022.
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The industry fund has appointed a general manager of brand and marketing.
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The government has passed legislation that will see the establishment of an independent body that will review the effectiveness of both the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) and the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA).
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Westpac has decided to retain its New Zealand business after reviewing the feasibility of the 160-year-old division and the impact of increased capital requirements.
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