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|... Hostplus has plaid over $3 billion to members and construction industry fund Cbus has paid $2.26 billion. Qantas Superannuation Plan, which took a large initial hit as airlines were forced to stay grounded as borders closed, has paid over $121 million. ...|
|... high profile contracts in recent weeks. Last month Financial Standard reported that the $6 billion Qantas Superannuation Plan had dropped Russell as its administration provider in favour of rival firm Mercer. However, Schoenheimer said this move simply ...|
|The Qantas Superannuation Plan has appointed Mercer as its new administrator, replacing Russell Investments (Russell). The financial consulting giant will also provide call centre services to the 33,000-member, $6 billion plan. The decision follows ...|
|One of the largest corporate funds in Australia, the $5.5 billion Qantas Superannuation Plan, is on the lookout for a new head of member services. In an advertisement today, Qantas noted that the head of member services will be responsible for member ...|
|... Airways said that they had agreed to a revised funding plan for the defined benefit divisions of the Qantas Superannuation Plan, in a bid to "reflect poor financial market performance in recent months". As a result, further payments totalling $66 million ...|
|Qantas Superannuation Plan (QSP) has appointed Watson Wyatt as its new consultant, replacing Mercer Investment Consulting. The position was put to tender in September. QSP chief executive Jeremy Edmonds confirmed the appointment to the Financial Standard ...|
VanEck has expanded its range of ETFs, announcing two new offerings to join its new Global Clean Energy ETF.
The financial services software company has announced its plans to launch a technological solution to meet the Design and Distribution Obligations (DDO), commencing 5 October 2021.
Capgemini has named a new managing director for Australia and New Zealand, following the recent promotion of Olaf Pietschner.
Victorian-based Ahmed Saad appeared in court after being charged with dishonestly obtaining financial advantage by deception for his role in an illegal retail superannuation scheme.
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