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|... lifted by 2.6%, likely thanks to a resumption of growth in markets. This comes despite net inflows into the Raiz Invest Super product slowing as Australians continue to drawdown on their savings. It comes as superannuation consolidation tool SuperMatch ...|
|... superannuation offering, as members drew down on their savings to weather the COVID-19 crisis. Funds under management in Raiz Invest Super fell 6.7% over the past three months, however, it was up 0.3% in the month of April. Over the month of April, FUM ...|
|... impacting capital markets, it is particularly pleasing to have delivered growth in revenue, active customers and Raiz Invest Super FUM during the quarter," he said. The Raiz team was focused on managing financial and operational risks to manage the business ...|
|... greater than $10,000, the account fee is unchanged at 0.275 per cent a year. The new fee structure will not affect Raiz Invest Super accounts. Previously, clients were charged zero fees for balances of less than $5000 and 0.275 per cent a year thereafter. ...|
|... underwriting experience for customers is currently in the works. In July, it launched superannuation product, Raiz Invest Super, which had about $23.5 million of funds at the end of September. Chatbot Ashlee was also recently launched to help resolve ...|
|... the lowest fees in the market for balances of $50,000. After announcing plans for its super product in March, Raiz Invest Super plans to officially launch on 16 July 2018. It charges about $425 per annum on balances of $50,000, placing it in the bottom ...|
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As he marks 90 days as chief executive, Matt Rady tells Financial Standard how, despite the industry exodus and the company's own challenges in 2021, financial advisers are increasingly turning to BT Financial Group.
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The former head of wholesale distribution at BNP Paribas Asset Management has taken on a similar role at MFS Investment Management.
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The Stockbrokers and Financial Advisers Association argues that potential reforms to education standards will put the industry on a level playing field with other professions.
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The local branch of the UN Principles for Responsible Investing has bolstered its team, hiring Spirit Super's general manager for strategy.
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