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|... possibility of a merger with Cbus - fared well, as did the likes of Energy Super, AMIST Super, HESTA, NESS Super, Vision Super and MTAA Super. Despite increasing fees since December, VicSuper is also considered to be among the cheapest offerings. Covering ...|
|... are so proud of David's many accomplishments and we sincerely thank you for recognising his contributions." Vision Super trustee director Lisa Darmanin has been chosen to attend the institute's next global Dialogue conference on Smith's behalf. ...|
|... managed to lock in gains from a tail-risk hedging strategy during recent market volatility amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Vision Super has had tail-risk protection in place for its defined benefit plan for a few years. Chief investment officer Michael Wyrsch ...|
|... CareSuper, Cbus, Christian Super, First State Super, Future Super, HESTA, Government Super, Unisuper, VicSuper and Vision Super. Future Fund was also recognised for its efforts in the space.|
|... boutique doesn't have plans to tap the retail market. In June last year, Kinetic lost a $230 million mandate from Vision Super, as the superannuation fund swapped it out (alongside Perpetual Investment Management's $170 million mandate) and made a $180 ...|
|... several other - some far smaller - funds, despite its massive FUM. AustralianSuper has an OER of 0.2%, the same as Vision Super, AMP Superannuation Savings Trust and First State Super. UniSuper is most efficient, with an OER of 0.1%. This is despite ...|
|... administration manager. Prior to that, he was national operations manager at Superpartners. Leach has now joined Vision Super in the newly created role of general manager, operations. In a statement to Financial Standard , Vision Super chief executive ...|
|... Energy Super, First State Super, HESTA, Media Super, MTAA Super, QSuper, Sunsuper, Equipsuper, UniSuper, Cbus and Vision Super were given clear ratings across all categories. Noticeably, the nation's largest fund $167 billion AustralianSuper suffered ...|
|... Christian Super, First State Super, Future Fund, Future Super, HESTA, Local Government Super, Unisuper, VicSuper and Vision Super were highlighted by RIAA as leaders in communicating to members and integrating an approach to responsible investment. However ...|
|Two small caps managers have had to hand back $500 million to Vision Super, as the fund swaps them out for a new manager. Kinetic Investment Partners managed about $230 million for the fund in Australian small caps while Perpetual Investment Management ...|
Schroders has hired from RBC to appoint a head of private debt for Australia, as it builds out a private assets offering for local investors.
The administrator appointed to embattled investment group iProsperity, Cor Cordis, has released a damning creditors' report which includes accusations of Ponzi scheme style payments.
Reserve Bank of Australia governor Philip Lowe said the legislated increase to the superannuation guarantee will impact wage growth and the government will need to weigh up the impacts of that.
National Australia Bank has reported a 7% fall in cash earnings to $1.55 billion for the third quarter, as the bank confirms it is still "actively exploring" options for the sale of its wealth management business.
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