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|... members in SMSFs is unlikely to spur their establishment rates, according to a submission by University of Sydney's Susan Thorp. Earlier this month, a bill to increase the maximum number of SMSF members from four to six was reintroduced to the Senate ...|
|... surveyed members expressed they are uncertain about the long-term consequences of their decisions," study co-author Susan Thorp, professor of economics at the University of Sydney Business School, said. "Around one third of respondents said they were ...|
|... organisation in this space is long overdue," Mack said. University of Sydney Business School professor of finance Susan Thorp rounds out the SCC's board.|
|... manipulate critical financial decisions. In light of the study, the University of Sydney Business School's professor Susan Thorp has called for a tightening of regulations to protect 'vulnerable' clients. The major university study was conducted by Thorp ...|
|Early findings from new self-managed superannuation fund research is showing people with higher numeracy skills are less likely to be an SMSF member. That said, the research also shows SMSF members are highly knowledgeable about running their own super ...|
|... with members in order to better understand what they want." Co-author of the study, University of Sydney Professor Susan Thorp, said the research provides insights into the wants and needs of super fund members, and how they square with what the industry ...|
|... Technology Sydney. Speaking at an Investment Management Consultants Association (IMCA) seminar in Sydney yesterday, Susan Thorp, professor in finance and superannuation, delivered findings from an experiment conducted on how consumers understand investment ...|
IOOF has appointed ClearView's chief risk officer to a newly created role, with ClearView nabbing the former chief of risk for Commonwealth Bank's wealth management arm.
Verve Super has launched a gender diversity index and will subsequently change how it allocates members' funds based on how Australian companies perform against the index.
Plenary has bolstered its funds management business, nabbing seven professionals who all worked on one AMP Capital fund.
The corporate regulator is fighting tooth and nail to make National Australia Bank pay a hefty penalty for charging customers fees in return for no service.
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