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|... investing in property under the Your Future, Your Super reforms. The MSCI/Mercer Australia Core Wholesale Monthly Property Fund Index and MSCI Australia Quarterly Private Infrastructure Fund Index (Unfrozen) have been selected by the Australian government ...|
|... of 17.1% per annum (on Wholesale A Units) compared to the benchmark (MSCI/IPD Australian Unlisted Wholesale Property Fund Index) of 12.1% per annum since 2014. It's been rated as 'highly recommended' by both Lonsec and Zenith, and 'AA' by Property Investment ...|
|... raised over $400 million in equity, and have all outperformed the benchmark MSCI/IPD Unlisted Core Wholesale Property Fund Index over the life of the fund," Charter Hall head of direct property Nick Kelly said. "Like its predecessors, DIF4 is designed ...|
|... according to both the Financial Standard Direct Property Index and the Property Council of Australia IPD Pooled Property Fund Index. Returns nonetheless fell as low as -15% during 2009 though this was not as low as the -60% average returns for AREITS ...|
|... a more robust approach to indexing unlisted property investments. The index, Mercer/IPD Australian Pooled Property Fund Index replaces the existing Mercer Unlisted Property Funds Index and the IPD Australian Pooled Property Funds Index, which was launched ...|
|... fund's benchmark is comprised of 50% of the S&P/ASX Property Accumulation Index and 50% of the Mercer Unlisted Property Fund Index," he said. "However, the fund has the ability to adjust the weightings between listed and unlisted property to take advantage ...|
Australian super funds growing their in-house asset management teams is having a positive impact on gender equality in investment management, with more women wanting to work with profit-to-member funds than other funds management firms.
AvSuper today advised it has invited a select number of super funds to discuss a potential merger, having determined it would be in the best interests of members to do so.
Fresh proposals from the Australian Law Reform Commission aim to simplify several complex areas of financial advice legislation.
The last sitting day for parliament this year has come and gone without progressing legislation designed to make sure those earning less than $450 a month are paid super.
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