AIST’s proposed code offers to help lift the quality of boards in not-for-profit super, while entrenching the 'equal representation' model.
Sally RoseFebruary 16, 2017
A snap survey of 39 superannuation fund chairs revealed that technological expertise has become the most sought after skill in trustees.
Sally RoseFebruary 8, 2017
The head of the third-largest fund manager discusses how the firm helps bring about change at the world’s largest companies.
Sally RoseJanuary 9, 2017
The very best legislation often comes about after there is a crisis, an independent investigation with recommendations that turn into laws that cut the chance of the original crisis occurring again. The lack of credibility for the proposed superannuation governance changes, which were defeated in the Senate last week, arose from the absence of a […]
David RowleyDecember 7, 2015
The practice of benchmarking the salaries of senior executives of institutional funds with reference to external financial services firms, instead of the shared objectives of the fund, is a major barrier to their success, according to Professor Gordon Clark of Oxford University and director of Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment. Clark sees the […]
David RowleyDecember 3, 2015