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|... customer satisfaction rating out of the industry funds, followed by CareSuper, AustralianSuper, Hostplus, HESTA, Cbus, Sunsuper, First State Super and Rest. The highest placed retail fund was Colonial First State followed by BT, OnePath, MLC and AMP. ...|
|... Since the scheme's inception on April 20, AustralianSuper has coughed up the most in payments ($4.5 billion), followed by Sunsuper ($3.2 billion), REST ($3 billion) and Hostplus ($2.8 billion). The 10 funds with the highest number of applications received ...|
|... About 55% of funds (including AustralianSuper , BT, CareSuper, CBA Super, Hostplus, Macquarie, Mercer, QSuper, Rest, Sunsuper and TelstraSuper) were undertaking activities to reduce portfolio emissions intensity but were not aiming for net zero by 2050. ...|
|... restructuring several business units and farewells the head of fixed income and currency after 13 years in the process. Sunsuper is reorganising its public markets division to a business unit that will undertake the activities of the former listed shares ...|
|... in AUM. Other super funds to make the list were Future Fund (29), First State Super (61), QSuper (67), UniSuper (74), Sunsuper (94), Rest (108), Cbus (117), HESTA (118), Commonwealth Super Corporation (143), State Super (163), ESSSuper (221), SuperSA ...|
|... within five days. AustralianSuper, the country's largest fund, has paid out the most to members, approaching $4.5 billion. Sunsuper has paid out the second largest amount, coming in at $3.26 billion, while funds with members from harder hit sectors of ...|
|... in total since the schemes inception, $3 billion from initial applications and over $1 billion in repeat applications. Sunsuper has paid over $3.2 billion in total, followed by Rest at $2.9 billion and Hostplus at $2.37 billion. The 10 funds with the ...|
|... and other institutional funds, including the likes of Colonial First State, Commonwealth Bank Group Super, MTAA Super, Sunsuper and UniSuper. In addition AustralianSuper, Cbus, HESTA and Hostplus are major investors in NSW Ports which manage key infrastructure ...|
|... Statewide Super with eight months of negative returns. Rest, Hostplus, CommBank Group, Club Plus Super, Intrust Super, Sunsuper for Life and Media Super all had nine months of negative returns.|
|Sunsuper is making a raft of changes to its investment fees and costs, transactional and operation costs and the definition of Total & Permanent Disability (TPD). Effective 1 July 2020, Sunsuper updated their fees and costs. Overall, the fees and costs ...|
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The corporate watchdog's executive director of wealth management has nabbed a promotion and will now assume the role of ASIC's executive director of financial services.
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New research has identified that urgent short-term need for money is the main driver for people withdrawing their superannuation savings under the COVID-19 ERS scheme.
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Westpac has agreed to pay a civil penalty of $1.3 billion in relation to its contraventions of the anti-money laundering and counter terrorism laws.
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Victorian Funds Management Corporation has welcomed a head of client and market development to its executive team.
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