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|AustralianSuper has welcomed almost 60,000 new members following the completion of its merger with Club Plus Super. The successor fund transfer, announced in May, saw the transition of $3.2 billion in funds under management and brings AustralianSuper's ...|
|Occupational exclusions in group insurance are under the microscope as the federal government reviews their fairness and appropriateness. Senator Jane Hume has opened consultations for the review until October 14, aiming to find solutions to problems ...|
|The Financial Services Council is consulting on solutions for group insurance cover for members working in hazardous occupations after stapling. FSC said if a MySuper product's default life insurance cover has occupations-based exclusions, a member ...|
|The $4.5 billion industry superannuation fund has welcomed Law Institute of Victoria chief executive Adam Awty to its board of directors. Awty has replaced Ashurst partner Geoff Hone who served on the board for 11 years. "At a time when superannuation ...|
|AustralianSuper and its insurer TAL are making several changes to insurance premiums that will amend work-cover ratings and see some members pay lower premiums. Following its annual insurance review, Australia's largest superannuation fund, which ...|
|... growth assets at 55 years old to about 56.2% by their 65 th birthday, as per current asset allocation levels. Aware Super group executive, member growth Peter Chun told Financial Standard that, historically, Aware has used a much more simplistic approach ...|
|... East was the chief executive and chief investment officer of Grosvenor Pirie Management, which was acquired by Future Super Group in 2016. The fund has also appointed former Macquarie Funds Management chief risk officer Virginia Malley as chair of the ...|
|The $110 billion industry fund will stop offering comprehensive advice to new customers on July 6 and cut over 50 positions, as it sees demand for holistic advice fall. QSuper chief executive Michael Pennisi said the decision is based on several years ...|
|COVID-19 has caused an uptick in the demand for access to mental health and wellbeing training for the employees of financial services firms, according to SuperFriend. New analysis by the wealth management industry's mental health partner reveals a ...|
|An AustralianSuper group executive has been added to the leadership of the wealth management industry's mental health partner, SuperFriend. AustralianSuper group executive of membership Rose Kerlin has joined the board of SuperFriend, following the ...|
BT Financial Group appointed a long-serving Westpac executive as its chief customer service officer.
Insignia Financial reported an exodus of self-employed advisers in the December 2021 quarter amid an overhaul of its advice fee model.
Fidelity International has bolstered its institutional capability, hiring Mercer's head of Australian equities research.
Fin365 is planning to launch a robo-advice platform, having acquired miPlan as part of its strategy.
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