It took a pair of velvet gloves to force the country’s largest banks to move to change their outdated and conflicted remuneration practices.
Matthew SmithOctober 11, 2018
The government was right not to allow greater access to super for homes but in the future it could be a good idea, Anthony Asher writes.
Anthony AsherJune 2, 2017
AvSuper has extended its financial personal advice service to provide a full in-house financial planning service to members. The $2 billion fund appointed three fully qualified and licensed financial planners last month to serve its 6,500 members in air services (including pilots, air traffic controllers and those working in the airside fire service). They are […]
Dan PurvesJuly 6, 2015
Peeyush Gupta wants to forge strategic referral relationships with industry and corporate super funds, hire more advisers, open new offices, and see it lead the debate on post-retirement in Australia. The group has also commenced a research project on managing longevity risk. According to Gupta, the high and rising cost of providing ongoing personal advice […]
Leng YeowJanuary 16, 2014
UniSuper is to grow its number of financial planners, as research shows members are more likely to stay with the fund if they receive intra-fund advice. Speaking at the AIST Superannuation Administration Symposium in Melbourne on August 15, Chris Davies, UniSuper’s executive manager for member and employer solutions, said the fund’s unique understanding of its […]
Leng YeowAugust 19, 2013