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|... future." Iceland came first in the rankings followed by Switzerland, Norway and Ireland with New Zealand in fifth place. Sweden, Denmark, Canada and Luxembourg round out the top 10. The United Kingdom and United States are ranked 17th and 18th in the ...|
|... testing results. The FSC said the updated moratorium brings Australia in line with the UK, Switzerland, Germany, Holland and Sweden. At the recent Actuaries Institute Summit in Sydney Westpac Group director of insurance, finance Jessica Chen provided ...|
|... Institute believes Australians can expect to live 82.5 years on average - a life expectancy longer than most countries like Sweden, Korea, New Zealand and the Netherlands. Japan takes the lead with the longest life expectancy. Factoring in Australians' ...|
|... taking an extended career break to spend time with family. Fred Ohlsson has announced he will be returning to his native Sweden following 17 years' at the bank. Current group executive, business and private banking Mark Hand will act in the role while ...|
|... Cathy Xuying Cao provided a comprehensive report of the development of fintech in different regions - China, the UK and Sweden. The report highlighted the phenomenal growth of the segment. As of August this year, there are more than 12, 130 fintech startups ...|
|... place. With a score of 72.6, Australia has been bumped from third place by Finland (74.5) and just managed to edge out Sweden (72.5). Measured against a series of three sub-indices of adequacy, sustainability and integrity, Australia scored 63.4, 73.8 ...|
|... eight countries. SSGA's Global Retirement Reality Report polled 9400 people across Australia, US, UK, Netherlands, Sweden, Germany, Ireland and Italy. The study charted the 9400 respondents' self-reported levels of happiness against how their ...|
|... X, while more than 40% of the remaining funds in the Asia Pacific did. The top 10 was dominated by European funds, with Sweden's Fjarde AP-Fonden ranking first with a AAA-rating. The Netherlands' ABP; Finland's Varma Mutual Pension Insurance ...|
|... sixth overall for retirement outcomes in Natixis' Global Retirement Index, sitting behind Switzerland, Iceland, Norway, Sweden, and New Zealand. According to Natixis, Australia's ranking is attributed to an improvement in its "finances" score, alongside ...|
|... According to Schroders, this gap in expectations and reality is the fourth largest in the world, behind only South Africa, Sweden and the US. Schroders Australia head of distribution Graeme Mather warned intending retirees to learn from the lessons of ...|
The managing director of an AMP-aligned dealer group is exiting the business to take on a new role.
BT Financial Group has shut down a $670 million global property fund and a $293 million Asian shares fund, as it sees them unsuitable for retail investors.
Perpetual has confirmed the appointment of a head of risk, promoting from within to fill the newly created role.
A $5.6 billion industry superannuation fund is revamping its MySuper option, which will see default members' exposure to growth assets and fees rise.
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