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|Once the Australian Tax Office approves a superannuation fund member to access up to $10,000 of their super early the fund will only have five days to hand over the money.|
|Cbus chief executive David Atkin says his $56 billion industry super fund is in a strong liquidity position to deal with the early super release scheme.|
|A $10 billion industry superannuation fund has managed to lock in gains from a tail-risk hedging strategy during recent market volatility amid the COVID-19 pandemic.|
|Governments around the world are springing into action to leverage and safeguard pension pots during the COVID-19 economic and market turmoil.|
|QSuper has appealed against an AFCA decision favouring a member complaint seeking a refund on insurance premiums in the Federal Court.|
|The Australian Taxation Office has clarified the rules for the Early Release Super scheme, allowing members to withdraw super from multiple funds.|
|Executives and directors of a $12 billion Queensland superannuation fund have committed to a 10% decrease in their remuneration until at least June 30 as the COVID-19 pandemic rolls on.|
|The peak body for industry superannuation funds has launched an advertising campaign to warn Australians against crystallising their losses amid the market turmoil caused by COVID-19.|
|One of the nation's largest superannuation funds believes now is not the time for the RBA to step in with liquidity support, but said it's a solution which shouldn't be ruled out.|
|As consumers saw their superannuation balances nosedive when the COVID-19 pandemic began wreaking havoc on the market many were surprised to learn their retirement savings weren't quite as safe as they thought, reigniting the debate around 'balanced' ...|
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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