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|Tasplan and MTAA Super's $23 billion merged fund, Spirit Super, has reduced the weekly administration fees for members by 13.4%. Effective today, the administration fees are reducing from $1.50 per week to $1.30 per week. The merged fund has also ...|
|... ranked the performance of super funds' property allocation based on a combined risk-adjusted basis. It found that Tasplan, CareSuper, TelstraSuper and Prime Super came out on top in the three years to September 2020. Looking at returns alone, Prime ...|
|... above-average proportion of women in leadership roles outperformed in the three years to FY20. Figure 1 highlights the 13 funds: Tasplan, Vision Super, Media Super, Cbus, Statewide Super, CareSuper, Commonwealth Superannuation Corporation, BUSSQ, legalsuper ...|
|... funds, four from public sector funds, five from industry funds and two from corporate funds. Since then, Maritime Super and Tasplan has gone back to running their MySuper products as single strategy, with Tasplan citing higher admin cost of lifecycle ...|
|... replaced by Michael Sykes, currently deputy chief executive of MTAA Super. Sykes has been with MTAA, which will merge with Tasplan on April 1, for 15 years. "Michelle has contributed greatly to the fund and she will be missed by everyone involved with ...|
|... funds recorded a satisfaction score of 67.5% with Catholic Super taking out the highest rating of 75.5% ahead of Cbus, Tasplan, UniSuper and CareSuper. Meanwhile, retail fund satisfaction came in at 63.1% with Macquarie receiving the highest score at ...|
|... Fund; QSuper and Sunsuper ; and Media Super and Cbus. WA Super recently folded into Aware Super, while MTAA Super and Tasplan will be known as Spirit Super from April 1. Research from Rainmaker, which spanned over three years, found that merged entities ...|
|The $13 billion industry super fund MTAA Super, which is due to merge with Tasplan and become Spirit Super on 1 April 2021, has flagged that insurance premiums will be increasing for members. MTAA said that the insurance costs for many members will ...|
|... appeared seven times in the top 10 ranking across the sectors. Prime Super had a 60% strike rate, while AustralianSuper, Tasplan, QSuper and Australian Ethical had a 50% strike rate. The stock market downturn in February and March 2020 followed by the ...|
|MTAA Super and Tasplan will take on a new name on April 1, as their $23 billion merger completes. The combined fund will be called Spirit Super and have 326,000 members and lower administration fees. MTAA Super chief executive Leanne Turner, who will ...|
The Australian Taxation Office yesterday couldn't answer exactly how many stapling-triggered employer checks it expects, but maintained its readiness for a July 1 go-live.
The asset manager is partnering with a start-up to build a new platform for institutional investors to trade digital currencies.
Australia's largest superannuation fund is taking issue with the proposed stapling regulations, arguing that the model is backwards and will not protect members from being stuck in dud funds.
The prudential regulator has commenced industry consultation on revisions to the prudential standards for life insurers to protect life insurance policy holders against the use of offshore reinsurers.
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