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| | WEDNESDAY, 20 JAN 2021 12:05PMThe $52 billion industry superannuation fund has named the 11 finalists in its inaugural HESTA Impact Awards.|
|More than one million New South Wales residents took advantage of the early release of superannuation scheme, withdrawing $10 billion, new analysis shows.|
|David Orford's Optimum Pensions has signed a five-year exclusive agreement with Generation Life to bring its retirement income product to the market.|
|The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) has confirmed it is still working with the Australian Federal Police (AFP) to crack down on early release of super scams which cost Australians over $6 million.|
|MTAA Super and Tasplan will take on a new name on April 1, as their $23 billion merger completes.|
|Australia's superannuation industry said it is prepared to fill the gap for infrastructure investment after the Treasurer rejected a deal with a Chinese-owned entity on the grounds of national security.|
|Three in four superannuation funds reported negative net earnings last year, after accounting for all expenses and income.|
|Commonwealth Superannuation Corporation (CSC) has announced a new partnership, designed to support Australians suffering with mental ill-health.|
|Rice Warner has made several recommendations to the Your Future, Your Super package of reforms that the government and superannuation industry should not overlook.|
|Future Super, the $1 billion ethical retail fund, has shared how its deidentified recruitment has helped boost diversity - after mixed results last year.|
Willis Towers Watson (WTW) has announced a new head of retirement for Australasia as Brad Jeffrey retires after serving 40 years with the company.
Perpetual Investment Management has appointed a new custodian, replacing RBC Investor and Treasury Services following its exit from the Australian market.
Zenith Investment Partners has partnered with MSCI to enhance the delivery of institutional-grade portfolio analysis, service scalability, insights and reporting to its managed account portfolio clients.
The neobank has become the first Australian bank to return its customer deposits after it withdrew its banking products and announced the return of its authorised deposit-taking institution (ADI) licence.
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