Investment Operations Conference

Australia dragging the chain on AI: AMP

The obstacles keeping local companies from taking advantage of this developing technology are bigger than limited government investment.
Custody

More tailoring a better fit

Post-accumulation phase options are focusing superannuation fund attention, challenging administrative and custodial approaches to lifecycle
TelstraSuper chair David Leggo (Photo: Nicole Cleary)
Chair's Seat

TelstraSuper’s David Leggo: Continuity breeds success

David Leggo, chair of corporate super fund TelstraSuper, talks about the power that comes from cultivating a loyal membership
Investment Operations Conference

Outsourcing scrutiny presses funds into action

Funds are shifting away from a set and forget mentality says Seamus Collins, executive manager, portfolio implementation at Mine Super.
CMSF

Rest members choose how they access advice

Rest’s Greg Fleming discusses the options it provides for advice delivery and the many impacts of the Hayne royal commission.
Operations
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Operations

The search for a single source of truth

Asset owners and managers are seeking to generate a single data record across the organisation, for governance, and quality management.
Operations

Equip super wants to be your trustee

Equip has created a new model that lets smaller funds keep their distinctive front-office presence, while outsourcing trusteeship.
Operations

Funds SA reviews 18-year custody arrangement

Funds SA has invited seven firms to tender for its custody and investment administration services business, on the back of swelling FUM.
Investment Strategy
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Verve Super CEO Christina Hobbs
Investment Strategy

Gender lens in focus for Verve Super

The CEO of Verve Super fund is taking a radical approach to raising the profile of gender inequality in superannuation.
LUCRF Super CIO Leigh Gavin (Photo: Adam Yip)
Investment Strategy

LUCRF Super’s Leigh Gavin: Worth the risk

LUCRF Super's CIO Leigh Gavin runs a portfolio shaped by the challenging finances of its membership.
Future Fund CEO David Neal
Investment Strategy

Future Fund hit by turbulent markets, still beats top super

Chief executive David Neal flags a selldown of illiquid assets to prepare for the challenging times ahead.
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Governance
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Governance

‘Unpaid super is still a blight’: ISA boss Dean

Recent legislation and the Hayne royal commission are just important first steps, Industry Super chief says.
Governance

A kickstart for CIPRs: new rules for annuities

Expect Parliament to pass legislation making the means test more favourable for longevity products and speeds up development of CIPRs.
Governance

Hayne plants landmines for super industry

New restrictions on default accounts, trustee conflicts and hawking will make an impact on the sector.

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Opinion
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Opinion

Eyes on venture capital woes

The impact of a downturn in the world’s largest economy on Australia is the big question.
AIST CEO Eva Scheerlinck (Photo: Supplied)
Opinion

‘Best in show’ a blunt tool policy

The Productivity Commission's analysis of superannuation is laudable but its its final recommendations are a mixed bag.
Opinion

Royal commission cooks up a regulatory failure

Kenneth Hayne did plenty to take ASIC and APRA to task but when it came time to explain how to fix them, he appeared to lose his nerve.
Insurance
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Insurance

Industry questions insurance contracts streamline

The royal commission’s recommendation for an inquiry into group life cover sparks industry-wide debate.
Insurance

Inside Rest’s $750 million insurance tender

The fund for retail workers puts the focus on the people behind the providers in its first open tender in 14 years.
Insurance

Balancing act: cover vs risk

The now- paused Protecting Your Super package dramatically changes the concept of group insurance, giving trustees pause to think.