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|... November end, with 4.2% p.a. returns. It was outstripped by Australian Ethical Super's default fund (6.1%p.a.), Vision Super (4.8%p.a.), BUSSQ (4.6%p.a.), UniSuper (4.4%p.a.).|
|... year-to-date basis. In the year to November, Australian Ethical Super's default fund (6.1%p.a.) was the best performer. Vision Super (4.8%p.a.), BUSSQ (4.6%p.a.), UniSuper (4.4%p.a.) and Cbus (4.2%p.a.) made the top five list of the best performers. ...|
|Vision Super and its group insurer MLC Life have increased the cost of insurance premiums by 17.8%. The $10.3 billion industry fund said that MLC Life had determined the 17.8% increase was required to continue to cover the cost of providing insurance ...|
|... people due in large part to its accumulation account's low fees. The best value super platform award went to Vision Super, just beating ANZ Smart Choice Super and Colonial First State - FirstWrap Super. Meanwhile, QSuper has been crowned best-value ...|
|... Whitehaven Coal and New Hope Group, according to the group. These are Aware Super, HESTA, UniSuper, Suncorp, NGS Super, Vision Super, Local Government Super, and Media Super, while Local Government Super and NGS also exclude investments in coal power ...|
|... outperformed their peers and respective benchmarks, with one fund manager delivering a whopping 96% for the year. Vision Super's Innovation and Disruption Option, managed by Baillie Gifford, delivered a staggering 70.76% p.a. and 96.18% p.a. for its ...|
|Industry super fund Vision Super has announced an appointment to the newly created position of deputy chief executive. Vision Super chief investment officer Michael Wyrsch has been promoted to the role. He will continue to manage the funds' investments ...|
|... default retail funds edged out NFP funds according to Rainmaker's index: 2.1% versus 1.7%. The research house named Vision Super as the top-performing MySuper product based on a single strategy. Its Super Saver balanced growth option returned 4.1% ...|
|An industry super fund has announced another fee reduction for members, marking the third cut in two years. Vision Super chief executive Stephen Rowe said the fund's focus on cost reductions has allowed it to steadily reduce member fees over the last ...|
|... starting as head of risk and transformation in 2016. Prior to that, Pryor was general counsel and company secretary for Vision Super. IOOF purchased MLC Wealth in August for $1.4 billion.|
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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