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|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 ...|
|... Europe and Australia which MIRA-managed funds are invested in. The Farnborough Airport acquisition comes as MIRA and Tasplan Super agree to sell 70% of their stake in Hobart International Airport to a consortium comprised of QIC and Royal Schiphol Group. ...|
|... investment policies. The other six funds that supported a majority of ESG proposals - AustralianSuper, HESTA, Mercer, Tasplan Super, UniSuper and VicSuper - should also be commended on their strong voting records." Gocher pointed out that amid growing ...|
|A previous Cbus investment executive is joining Tasplan Super's board as a non-executive director. Joining Tasplan's board in the New Year is Trish Donohue. She worked at Cbus for 17 years and was one of the founding members of its investment team. ...|
|Nikko Asset Management has appointed an AIST and Tasplan Super director to its boards. Naomi Edwards is a trained actuary and will serve as a non-executive on the boards of Nikko Asset Management Australia Limited and Nikko AM Limited, also chairing ...|
|... - and enormously beneficial for members, staff and the Tasmanian community." Following the merger with Quadrant, Tasplan Super now has $3.3 billion in combined funds under management, about 100,000 members, about 15,000 employers and nine investment ...|
|... opportunities that will benefit their fund. Other winners on the night included REST, MTAA Super, LGS, NGS Super, Tasplan Super, First State Super and VicSuper. Full list of winners: Best B2B campaign: MTAA Super - Super Clearing House Campaign (over ...|
|Tasplan Super chief executive Neil Cassidy is stepping down from the role after nearly 24 years' involvement with the Tasmanian industry fund to pursue new opportunities. Cassidy was seconded from National Mutual under a two-year agreement to set up ...|
|... in stakeholder communications Superpartners Employer online migration marketing campaign Best use of social media TASPLAN Super Straight Up Best delivery of fine print Telstra Super Annual report Excellence in member communication Care Super Member reactivation ...|
|This morning's SelectingSuper Awards, held in Melbourne at the MCG, featured TEN Network veteran sports journalist Stephen Quartermain as Master of Ceremonies and media personality and former AFL player, Sam Kekovich as special guest speaker. Australia's ...|
IOOF expects to spend up to $32 million on paying out Buyer of Last Resort arrangements with financial advisers leaving its network, primarily from Bridges Financial Services.
Link Group is now exploring the possibility of listing PEXA despite recently flagging there was strong interest from other parties in buying the property settlement platform.
PIMCO has named a new lead for its Asia Pacific business as part of an executive shuffle announced overnight.
Even before the COVID-19 vaccine arrived in Australia, it was clear we were returning to pre-pandemic normality, and latest stats back this.
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