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|... basis. The top five entities for awarding the most mandates in the period were Hostplus, Christian Super, ACSRF, Telstra Super and Mine Super. Meanwhile, the top five investment managers that won the most mandates in the period were Macquarie, IFM Investors ...|
|... with 10.1% over three years. Two corporate super options cracked the top 10, with Mercy Super's MySuper product and Telstra Super's Corporate Plus MySuper Growth option both returning 9.4% over three years. MySuper products earned 15.2% for the year ...|
|... strategies, as it reversed out of Aussie equities and emerging markets equity. Smaller funds such as Christian Super and Telstra Super were the most vigorous in awarding mandates during the year, reversing recent trends where larger funds like Hostplus ...|
|... HarbourVest is headquartered in Boston and in the past, has in the past won a USD $50 million private equity mandate from Telstra Super .|
|... Merlicek was chief investment officer at IOOF for eight years to June 2017. Prior to this he served in the same role at Telstra Super for a decade. At the 2017 SelectingSuper Awards, Rainmaker Group managing director Christopher Page presented Merlicek ...|
|... to unlisted infrastructure assets like airports and toll roads is planning to raise $50 million in March. Former Telstra Super head of alternatives Nicole Connolly's Infrastructure Partners Investment Fund clubs together money from smaller investors ...|
|... currently use the UBS platform to service their members in direct investment options (DIOs): AustralianSuper, Hostplus, Telstra Super, Cbus and QSuper. UBS expects to add other large super funds to its client list by this time next year. Members in DIO ...|
|... A further four directors have been re-elected to the ASFA board; Qantas Super chief executive Michael Clancy and Telstra Super chief executive Chris Davies as corporate super representatives and HOSTPLUS chief executive David Elia and MTAA Superannuation ...|
|... domestically and globally, and subsequently the head of strategic tilting. He currently sits on the investment committee of Telstra Super, Salvation Army Southern Territory and Wingate Asset Management. He is also a board observer at ReturnToWorkSA and ...|
|... before March 31, despite its several shortcomings. ANZ, AustralianSuper, MLC, MTAA Super, REST Industry Super and Telstra Super are all among the latest signatories to meet the March deadline but the prudential regulator says there's more to do. APRA ...|
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.
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