If you keep significant facts hidden, then suddenly make them public it is going to generate big interest. This is what happened when APRA forced the disclosure of the remuneration paid to chief executives, chief investment officers and chairs of APRA-regulated superannuation funds. Consequently, Investment Magazine published its first-ever salary survey in February and created three of the most popular stories of 2015.

1st Super Salary Survey: How do they line up?

3rd UniSuper’s John Pearce receives biggest bonus

5th 20% of chief investment officers out earn chief executives

Our second most popular article was another survey, which contrasted the strengths and ambitions of the main players in investment consulting.

2nd The big four investment consultants

Elsewhere, the career progression of the industry’s most senior individuals was of interest…

4th Rosemary Vilgan resigns

… as was the highest accolade for top investors.

7th CIO of the year shortlist announced

And lastly, the emergence of a big idea, and how other people rate it, is always a popular theme.

6th Ian Silk’s grand ambition for super endorsed by CEOs


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