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Stapling will benefit Hostplus: David Elia

KANIKA SOOD  |  WEDNESDAY, 19 MAY 2021
... resonated with them. He acknowledged the "Scott Pape effect" but said it was a fundamentally strong fund. Meanwhile, SA Super chief executive Dascia Bennett said while the fund did not lose members during COVID, it had to change its business model. It ...

Final farewell for industry association

JAMIE WILLIAMSON  |  FRIDAY, 7 JUN 2019
After more than 96 years as a recognised industry association, members of the Superannuated Commonwealth Officers of Australia have come together for the last time. About 100 of the industry body's remaining members attended its final meeting - a special ...

OneVue offloads trustee business

KARREN VERGARA  |  THURSDAY, 20 DEC 2018
OneVue Holdings is selling its trustee services business to Sargon Capital for $45 million. The trustee services business comprises Diversa subsidiaries Diversa Trustees and CCSL. OneVue acquired the entire Diversa business in 2016 for $49.8 million ...

New performance reporting standards for retail funds

ALEX DUNNIN  |  WEDNESDAY, 26 MAY 2010
The Investment and Financial Services Association is implementing a new investment reporting format that will require retail super funds to revert back to performance figures gross of any ongoing and advice fees. The objective is to facilitate comparability ...

Giant leap for super advice

MICHELLE BALTAZAR  |  TUESDAY, 17 NOV 2009
Seven of the country's largest fund managers, including AMP, BT and CFS, have ratified a bold, new IFSA Superannuation Charter - heralding a new culture where consumers, not the planners, dictate the fees paid on superannuation advice. More than 135 ...

AES member funds safe

The Australian Enterprise Superannuation (AES) Fund says member money is safe and secure following this week's disqualification by APRA of some of its trustee directors. The regulator disqualified former AES directors Ian Baldock, Kerry Woolacott and ...

AXA shares soar 19% after resuming trading

AAP  |  FRIDAY, 6 AUG 2004
Shares in Australia\'s second largest life insurer AXA Asia Pacific Holdings jumped 19% when trading resumed today, after news directors were considering a $3.1 billion takeover bid by its parent company. The shares, which had been in a trading halt ...
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