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|A superannuation consultancy is looking for a new chief executive as it restructures its business. QMV's current chief executive Mark Vaughan will move to an executive director role and retain his board seat. The firm has appointed Lawson Delaney to ...|
|Financial services consulting firm QMV appointed a chief operating officer and general manager of consulting following a restructure of the group. Joanne Schembri was promoted to chief operating officer on April 1 after serving as national manager of ...|
|The national manager of strategic partnerships at QMV has left after five years with the Melbourne-based financial services consulting firm. Michael Wilcox joined QMV in May 2016, taking on responsibilities for promoting independent advice, delivery ...|
|Wealth management consulting and technology firm QMV has made an appointment to the new role of general manager, technology. Jonathan Clamp will step into the newly created role of general manager, technology. Based in Melbourne, Clamp will report to ...|
|... accountability" for any failures identified in a formal review. Both these funds also declined to comment on Toth's promotion. QMV partner Jonathan Steffanoni said most big Australian super funds engage with companies in accordance with the Australian ...|
|... impacted by the pandemic, Link said that over the medium to longer term, it expected "increased fund merger activity". Last week, QMV practice lead Anthony Forbes said COVID-19 will be the shove that forces some superannuation funds to merge, while others ...|
|... superannuation funds to merge, while others thought safe prior to the pandemic will also be left pondering consolidation. According to QMV practice lead Anthony Forbes, there are certain funds that are going to be hit hardest by the fallout of COVID-19. ...|
|... (SG) coverage for all Australian workers, including the self-employed and contractors. Superannuation legal advisory firm QMV disagreed, arguing Australians would benefit if they were able to "opt out" of the SG system. QMV Legal partner, Jonathan Steffanoni ...|
|... anti-slavery laws. "Investors can play a big role, we have a lot of leverage with the companies we invest in," Carlsson-Sweeny said. QMV partner Jonathan Steffanoni said the Modern Slavery Act is significant not just to managers like Ausbil, but superannuation ...|
|QMV is kicking off a new legal business aimed at future needs of superannuation trustees and has picked a former UniSuper lead as its managing partner. The consultancy firm currently works with about 25 superannuation clients. Recent work has been focused ...|
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Christian Super is reducing insurance premiums for most of its members, saying the offering now better aligns with what is available at other super funds.
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The head of investment stewardship at VFMC has departed, with an interim replacement appointed.
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KPMG Australia and The Table Club have produced a new report revealing how much growth family offices expect from investments and what they want from investment managers.
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A former Westpac executive has joined BlackRock to lead its wealth division for Asia Pacific.
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