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Industry fund outperformance not universal

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   27 June, 2018

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Don’t overstate industry fund outperformance, says Committee

A key Parliamentary Committee report has specifically cited the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority as suggesting not too much should be made of the perceived outperformance of industry superannuation funds. For more

Should platforms collaborate with planning software providers?

New research has suggested that planners badly want better tools and that platforms and planning software providers should be collaborating to deliver the appropriate outcomes. For more

AIA backs KPMG report

AIA has welcomed KPMG’s Insurance in Superannuation report, saying that the Government’s proposed changes would result in Australians being financially worse off. For more

Budget could halve insurance inside super: KPMG

The change to default group insurance put forward by the Federal Budget could result in a 50 per cent reduction in overall insurance cover inside super, KPMG has warned. For more

Milliman, Ignition Wealth form new venture

Ignition Wealth’s digital engagement and advice solutions are set to combine with Milliman’s analytics, data and consulting functions in a new collaboration. For more

Alternatives continue to grow among institutional investors

The appetite of institutional investors for alternative defensive allocations continues to grow, according to Revolution Asset Management. For more

SuperEd voices reservations about Govt’s CIPR paper

While strongly supportive of the Government’s proposals overall, robo-adviser SuperEd has expressed some strong reservations about Treasury’s Retirement Income Covenant. For more


Managed Accounts - Ask the Experts Webinar

FREE managed accounts webinar! Money Management partner with Praemium, MLC, Macquarie and netwealth to answer your questions live. For more


Who will guard the guards?

The Australian Securities and Investments Commission has been the frequent subject of demands for greater scrutiny of the regulators themselves. As Hannah Wootton writes, the results (or lack thereof) produced by the regulator may make these calls well-founded. For more


Is it time for low-volatility ETFs?

With the return of volatility across global markets and some investors calling the top of the equity cycle, Christian Obrist and Blair Hannon ask whether now is the time to consider investing in low-volatility exchange-traded funds? For more
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