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|... Public Sector Union secretary Tom Lynch has been appointed to the board of $10 billion Tasmanian industry super fund Tasplan. The fund confirmed Lynch's appointment to Financial Standard. It comes just weeks after the fund pushed back the deadline for ...|
|... soon as there is a sustained stabilisation in markets and at a time that is more beneficial to members." Last month, Tasplan and MTAA Super, who committed to a merger late last year, moved back the date of the merger from 1 October 2020 to 31 March 2021 ...|
|Two industry super funds have pushed back the date for their merger due to the COVID-19 global crisis. Tasplan and MTAA Super were initially scheduled to merge on 1 October 2020, but have now extended the timeline to finalise the deal until 31 March ...|
|... with an effective date of July 2021. WA Super last year considered a failed three-way merger with Statewide Super and Tasplan.|
|... of financial services and education across WA." In March 2019, WA Super was in merger talks with Statewide Super and Tasplan with a three-way merger that would create a $24 billion fund on the table. However, in June those plans were dumped and Statewide ...|
|... 10.2% return of AustralianSuper's balanced option again led the way among MySuper and default investment options, while TASPLAN's On Track Build option took second spot with 10.1% over three years. Two corporate super options cracked the top 10, with ...|
|... total and permanent disablement will increase. MetLife is the group insurer for MTAA; it is also the group insurer for Tasplan - the $10 billion fund that MTAA will merge with in October this year. Members were told that MTAA and Tasplan will be working ...|
|... topped the ranks for member satisfaction as it readies for merger, joining seven other industry funds in the top 10. Tasplan achieved the highest satisfaction rating of any super fund in Roy Morgan's latest Superannuation Satisfaction Report , receiving ...|
|... Statewide Super confirms merger talks In March, Financial Standard revealed Statewide Super was in talks with WA Super and Tasplan over a three-way merger that would see the creation of a $24 billion fund - the 15th largest by assets. A memorandum of ...|
|The chief executive of $10 billion Tasplan Super is set to exit the fund, as Tasplan and MTAA Super commit to merge on October 2020. Current Tasplan chief executive Wayne Davy will stay on until the merger date. However, starting next October, MTAA ...|
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