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Praemium expands distribution footprint
KARREN VERGARA  |  TUESDAY, 6 APR 2021
Praemium has appointed two to its distribution team as it continues to build momentum on the back of acquiring Powerwrap. Shane Muscat was appointed head of strategic sales in March, while Dale Wright joins as senior business development manager. Muscat ...
Rice Warner acquired by Deloitte
KANIKA SOOD  |  THURSDAY, 1 APR 2021
Actuarial firm Rice Warner has been acquired by Deloitte. Rice Warner's chief executive Andrew Boal, head of superannuation Stephen Freeborn, and executive general manager of insurance Jennifer Baxter will become Deloitte consulting partners. Michael ...
Risk inflows stagnant, satisfaction varies
ANNABELLE DICKSON  |  WEDNESDAY, 31 MAR 2021
... $16.3 billion with just a 0.9% increase in inflows to individual lump sum premiums. Only ClearView (4.6%), Zurich (4.4%), TAL (2.4%) and MLC (1.8%) recording increases in their inflows, while the remainder reported minimal or negative growth. The biggest ...
KPMG names chief executive
ANNABELLE DICKSON  |  WEDNESDAY, 31 MAR 2021
KPMG has appointed a long-standing partner as chief executive, taking over from Gary Wingrove. Andrew Yates is currently national managing partner - audit, assurance and risk consulting. Prior to this, he was partner-in-charge for financial services ...
Mercer adds investment, superannuation experts
JAMIE WILLIAMSON  |  TUESDAY, 30 MAR 2021
... chair of the Association of Superannuation Funds of Australia chair. Prior to his retirement Minto was managing director of TAL and was chief executive of TOWER Australia prior to its acquisition by TAL. "We are delighted that someone of Jim's calibre ...
Chief economist update: Australia's virtuous cycle keeps on turning
BENJAMIN ONG  |  MONDAY, 29 MAR 2021
Despite some delays and hiccups in the roll out of the coronavirus vaccine in Australia, cases of infections are virtually next to nil and life had slowly been returning to pre-pandemic normal. So much so, that in its 'Economic Outlook' March ...
QSuper pokes holes in YFYS legislation
KANIKA SOOD  |  FRIDAY, 26 MAR 2021
QSuper says the Your Future, Your Super bill's proposals may result in higher operational costs at superannuation funds and delays in decision-making, alongside less talent for their boards. In its submission to the YFYS consultation, the industry ...
Insider trading four times more common
ELIZABETH MCARTHUR  |  TUESDAY, 23 MAR 2021
New research estimates that the actual prevalence of illegal insider trading is much higher than regulators think, at least four times greater than the number of prosecutions. The research was conducted by Vinay Patel and Talis Putnins from the University ...
KKR names local real estate head
ANNABELLE DICKSON  |  TUESDAY, 23 MAR 2021
The global investment firm has appointed the former LOGOS Group chief executive as managing director and head of Australia and New Zealand real estate, as it expands its strategy across the Asia region. Tom Lee was chief executive of logistics property ...
Chief economist update: What a difference an Australian year makes
BENJAMIN ONG  |  MONDAY, 22 MAR 2021
"For all those times you stood by me... You're the one who held me up Never let me fall You're the one who saw me through it all." -Celine Dion What a difference a year makes, ey? The year 2020 started out disastrous (literally) for the country ...
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