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|... rebranded to Aware Super after merging with VicSuper, and MTAA Super and Tasplan merged to become the newly named Spirit Super. Just last month, Local Government Super also rebranded to become Active Super. Farrar did not reveal any of the names LGIAsuper ...|
|... anxiety, job losses and workload involved. Speaking on a panel at the AIST Conference of Major Superannuation Funds, Spirit Super chief executive Leeanne Turner revealed what it was like bringing MTAA Super and Tasplan together recently. She also said ...|
|... this morning at the Conference of Major Superannuation Funds in Adelaide. She is currently a trustee director at Spirit Super and was the chair of the investment committee at MTAA Super prior to its merger with Tasplan. She has 20 years of experience ...|
|Tasplan and MTAA Super's $23 billion merged fund, Spirit Super, has reduced the weekly administration fees for members by 13.4%. Effective today, the administration fees are reducing from $1.50 per week to $1.30 per week. The merged fund has also ...|
|... and Media Super and Cbus. WA Super recently folded into Aware Super, while MTAA Super and Tasplan will be known as Spirit Super from April 1. Research from Rainmaker, which spanned over three years, found that merged entities passed on a 20% fee saving ...|
|The $13 billion industry super fund MTAA Super, which is due to merge with Tasplan and become Spirit Super on 1 April 2021, has flagged that insurance premiums will be increasing for members. MTAA said that the insurance costs for many members will ...|
|... Tasplan will take on a new name on April 1, as their $23 billion merger completes. The combined fund will be called Spirit Super and have 326,000 members and lower administration fees. MTAA Super chief executive Leanne Turner, who will be the chief executive ...|
AIA Australia's newly launched advice business has named a chief executive to lead its efforts, as the life insurer brings some Commonwealth Financial Planning advisers into the fold.
Yesterday's Standing Committee hearings on financial advice suggested the corporate regulator and industry superannuation funds are the only ones benefiting from increasing costs.
The superannuation startup geared at self-employed workers is looking to raise $1.5 million, as it sets it sights on 60,000 members in five years.
The Australian Financial Complaints Authority (AFCA) has made changes to its procedures to weed out complaints where the consumer didn't really suffer any financial harm.
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