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08 May 2015 • By Tim Stewart • 1 min read

Link Group expands Melbourne presence

Superannuation administration company Link Group will unite a number of its business units into one Melbourne office from 2016. The custom-designed ...

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Ethics must come first: CFA Institute

The mandated nature of the Australian superannuation system creates a "different playing field" when it comes to ethics , argues the CFA Institute

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Legalsuper shakes up manager line-up

Industry fund legalsuper has made a series of changes to its investment manager line-up. Legalsuper's changes to its line-up are a result of a ...

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NGS Super launches SMSF profiling tool

Industry fund NGS Super has released a new tool to counter inaccurate information aimed at consumers about SMSF establishment and management

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CFS questions 'lump sum culture' myth

The perception that Australians prefer lump sums to income streams when withdrawing from superannuation is inaccurate, says new research from Colonial ...

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Obsession with fees 'ill-conceived': SuperRatings

Contrary to the approach adopted by the Financial System Inquiry (FSI), fees are not the most important factor to consider when comparing super funds, ...

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MTAA Super rolls out 'income-focused' option

Industry fund MTAA Super has launched a new yield-centric investment option that sits between the conservative option and the balanced option

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Labor proposes super tax hikes

The federal opposition has called for changes to the taxation of superannuation that would affect high-income earners and retirees with super balances ...

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FSC rejects FSI super fees analysis

The FSC has questioned the data upon which the FSI’s recommendation on super fees and competition is predicated, warning the government to view it ...

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Stronger Super will fail on fees: Grattan

The Stronger Super reforms are unlikely to reduce the $21 billion Australians pay in super fees each year “by much more than 10 per cent”, argues a ...

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