pensioners

Unintentional

Catholic by name, catholic by nature

In his seventh year as chair of Catholic Super in Victoria, Peter Bugden can comfortably say he’s witnessed notable growth in the fund. What first began in 1971 as a niche offering to Catholic school employees is now an Australia-wide public offer fund, with around $5 billion under management following a period of growth – […]
Investment Strategy

Move away from flat super fees, urges Mercer

Industry funds should consider charging more for administration and doing so on a percentage-of-assets basis, to help retain nervous members and to survive any future automatic account consolidation regime, according to Mercer executives Russell Mason and David Anderson. Mason is Mercer’s national business leader for multi-employer superannuation, and Anderson the business leader for outsourcing. There […]
Investment Strategy

Move away from flat super fees, urges Mercer

Industry funds should consider charging more for administration and doing so on a percentage-of-assets basis, to help retain nervous members and to survive any future automatic account consolidation regime, according to Mercer executives Russell Mason and David Anderson. Mason is Mercer’s national business leader for multi-employer superannuation, and Anderson the business leader for outsourcing. There […]
Investment Strategy

Super SA set for full IT review

Super SA will replace Talent2’s Supero with a new payroll system for its 15,000 lifetime pensioners from the start of the financial year, and then review systems for its allocated pension and general member administration requirements.
Hedge Funds

Super SA set for full IT review

Super SA will replace Talent2’s Supero with a new payroll system for its 15,000 lifetime pensioners from the start of the financial year, and then review systems for its allocated pension and general member administration requirements.
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