AIST calls for further fee disclosure

24-Oct-2014|By Wouter Klijn

The Australian Institute of Superannuation Trustees (AIST) has called for further action on fee disclosure for non-MySuper products. The association said that still $77 billion of default superannuation money sits outside MySuper products. .. Read More

BTIM hires portfolio analyst


BT Investment Management has appointed Oliver Ge as portfolio analyst in the income and fixed interest team. Ge joined from BTIM’s investment products team, where he worked since September 2012. “In.. Read More

Hastings hires investment specialists


Melbourne-based infrastructure manager Hastings has made four new appointments, expanding its global investment and asset management teams. Hasting has appointed Antonio Botija and Daniel Lee to the global investmen.. Read More

Screening for franking credits improves performance


Superannuation funds looking for yield from Australian equities can benefit from a relatively simple screen that skews a passive portfolio towards those companies with the highest franking credits. Backtests perform.. Read More

theinstoreport: Weekly Round-up


Energy Super has this week become the first industry super fund to give a full disclosure of its portfolio holdings, despite ongoing consultation by the regulators and the industry about the granularity of the requiremen.. Read More

Editorial: Living with crises


Hostplus chief investment officer Sam Sicilia is known for his uncompromising statements. This often delights journalists like me, but also causes some significant anxiety among industry participants. At the r.. Read More

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