The latest issue of Financial Standard now available as an e-newspaper
|Showing 1 - 10 of 100+ results for "Vision Super"|
|... to support ESG proposals," he said. Eight funds supported more than 50% of ESG proposals in 2020: NGS Super (86%), Vision Super (79%), Cbus (71%), Active Super (64%), HESTA (63%), Energy Super (59%), AustralianSuper (57%) and Care Super (54%). Only seven ...|
|... excited by the opportunity and are looking forward to a long and productive partnership with Principal and Finisterre," Vision Super chief investment officer Michael Wyrsch said. The fund also hedges 100% of the US dollar exposure while leaving active ...|
|The $12.2 billion industry super fund Vision Super has appointed its first female chair. Lisa Darmanin stepped into the role at the start of the new financial year, replacing Geoff Lake after his three-year term was completed. She has been a director ...|
|... president of the Australian Institute of Superannuation Trustees (AIST) and a director at CareSuper, VicSuper and Vision Super. The former chair of AustralianSuper and CareSuper Barry Watchorn was also honoured for significant service to the superannuation ...|
|... to April end. Hostplus' returns made a comeback in March. It was followed by AustralianSuper (20.4%), Cbus and Vision Super (19.4% each) and TWUSuper (19.1%). In last year's market turmoil, MySuper products took a beating. Median returns for ...|
|Metrics Credit Partners has made a raft of appointments, hiring from Vision Super and JLL. Stephen Nash has joined the boutique as director of market strategy. Nash was most recently at Vision Super, prior to which he was chief investment officer at ...|
|... 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, Club Plus, TelstraSuper ...|
|... 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 ...|
| | |
Aware Super, AustralianSuper and Hostplus are set to appear before the Standing Committee on Economics' inquiry into common ownership on Monday.
| | |
ASIC is urging financial advisers to be well prepared for the new Design and Distribution Obligations regime, warning that there should be no surprises when it kicks into gear on October 5.
| | |
A long-serving Mercer superannuation executive has left the firm to focus on board directorships.
| | |
The online trading platform is set to pay $25 million for the big four bank's share investing client base as the latter continues to simplify its banking strategy.
|Brought to you by|