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|... significant volumes of early release applications. Australia's largest fund, AustralianSuper, had paid out $763 million by May 3 and has hit $1 billion since. Sunsuper had paid $784 million by May 3. Hostplus and Rest were not far behind on $661 million ...|
|... 96% of requests being met within five business days. However, several funds have taken far longer. APRA's figures to May 3 show 830,000 payments were made totalling $6.3 billion in the second week of the scheme. The average payment was $7629 and ...|
|... leadership team. In a presentation to the Macquarie Australian Investors Conference yesterday, Link Group said that as at May 5 it had processed $3.65 billion payments for about half a million super fund members. As a result, about 5.4% of the payments ...|
|... running online. The AIST is hoping to have more than 24 hours' worth of content available for attendees to view by the end of May. Speaking before the first session, AIST chief executive Eva Scheerlinck said the event needed to adapt to the health concerns ...|
|... want early access to their retirement savings to the MyGov website, with no clear mention of how long super fund members may actually have to wait for that money. However, the official deadline given to super funds is 20 April 2020. Applications will ...|
|... outperformed their male-dominated peers by 0.6% per annum over three years, and 0.4% per annum over 5 years. Although this may not sound like much, for millennials and generation X, being with one of these female-dominated super funds over their working ...|
|A well-regarded infrastructure boutique, which recently co-invested with HESTA and First State, has opened its strategy to wholesale investors for the first time. Palisade Investment Partners has set up a feeder fund for wholesale investors, which will ...|
|... up, while the cost of death cover will come down. The net effect spells an increase in the cost of default cover for most HESTA members. The only exception is the 67 to 74 age group, whose fee for standard cover will become about 10% cheaper as it declines ...|
|... who has contributed significantly to the sector over time. This year the Industry Service Award was presented to former HESTA chief investment officer Robert Fowler. 6. Industry funds announce $26bn joint venture Equipsuper and Catholic Super announced ...|
|... recent league tables for risk-adjusted MySuper returns. The latest edition of Rainmaker's RMetrics MySuper report has seen HESTA extend its lead in risk-adjusted MySuper returns, having previously been revealed as the best in the business earlier this ...|
Sargon Capital's liquidators are looking for extra funding to dig deeper into the company's transactions, potential claims and the possibility of a dividend payment to creditors.
iShares today listed two exchange traded funds on the ASX that invest in Australian corporate bonds.
A survey of 110 pension funds, endowments, foundations, sovereign wealth funds and insurance companies worldwide has revealed the new priority position ESG is taking in asset allocation.
Investec has established a postgraduate research scholarship with the University of Sydney Business School; in a move that it says will benefit the future finance workforce in Australia.
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