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| | WEDNESDAY, 14 APR 2021 12:49PMWhile the events of 2020 showed superannuation funds manage liquidity well, funds should consider the extent to which they rely on certain asset classes for liquidity, the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) has said.|
|UniSuper topped MySuper tables for the three years to February end, as default options hit their one-year high since COVID-19 started.|
|The two industry superannuation funds have signed a memorandum of understanding to weigh a potential merger.|
|Financial Services Council wants superannuation funds' ESG investments to be included in the proposed Best Financial Interests Duty.|
|Vanguard has appointed an administrator for its soon-to-be-launched superannuation business in Australia.|
|Industry Super Australia's modelling found that women from Cairns will retire with almost $40,000 less superannuation than men.|
|Maurice Blackburn's class action against MLC Nominees and NULIS Nominees has moved to the Federal Court, following a decision late last year.|
|The Australian Taxation Office yesterday couldn't answer exactly how many stapling-triggered employer checks it expects, but maintained its readiness for a July 1 go-live.|
|The $59 billion industry fund is calling on the government to include all superannuation products in the proposed performance benchmarks from the same date and not commence the rest of the measures until all underperforming funds have been removed from ...|
|Australia's largest superannuation fund is taking issue with the proposed stapling regulations, arguing that the model is backwards and will not protect members from being stuck in dud funds.|
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While the events of 2020 showed superannuation funds manage liquidity well, funds should consider the extent to which they rely on certain asset classes for liquidity, the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) has said.
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Challenger's multi-boutique business will distribute the $54 billion Impax Asset Management's sustainability strategies in Australia and New Zealand.
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Nearly 20 years after ETFs started trading in Australia, their total assets crossed $102 billion at the end of March.
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A new report finds that it is possible for financial advisers to attract young clients and convince them about the benefits of advice and life insurance using new strategies.
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