Some of Australia’s biggest companies are putting their shareholders’ money at risk by not having policies that prohibit bribery, says the Australian Council of Superannuation Investors (ACSI) .
I & T NewsOctober 26, 2011
The $1.4 billion Asset Super has terminated a Challenger domestic shares mandate, reducing its number of Aussie equities managers from six to five, and farewelled a State Street Global Advisors fixed income mandate as it rationalises that asset class under a single manager.
Staff WriterAugust 31, 2009
The $4.7 billion NSW Local Government Superannuation Scheme (LGSS) has terminated two mandates with active Australian equity managers and awarded a new mandate worth $110 million to a Sydney-based active boutique in the final stage of the restructure of its domestic equities portfolio.
Staff WriterJuly 27, 2009
Position vacant: the Cooper Inquiry into the superannuation system is looking for someone to assist the panel in its deliberations, ASFA announced yesterday.
Staff WriterJuly 20, 2009
The benefits of scale for large super funds have been quantified in research to be released soon by Deloitte, with the median investment cost for a fund with $10 billion under management around 30 per cent lower than a fund with $1 billion under management.
Staff WriterApril 6, 2009