Amanda Young
     
Impact investing: From niche to mainstream
  |  In Investment Strategy
Impact investing - once a niche corner of the market - has entered the mainstream. This has been driven by increasing awareness among investors of the important role they can play in order to help ... Read more

Jonathan Steffanoni
     
ESG risks and superannuation trustees: A legal perspective
  |  In Administration & Management
The responsibility of superannuation trustees is greater than that of typical businesses - holding an important economic and public policy role to Australian society to provide income in retirement. ... Read more

Andrew Tidmarsh
     
Determining risk appetite
  |  In Administration & Management
Risk Appetite can be defined as the level of risk the organisation is prepared to accept in the pursuit of its objectives. Some organisations use a risk appetite statement as the method to document ... Read more

Darren Snyder
     
Index funds: Leaving active in the shadows
  |  In Investment Strategy
Globally there are "I told you so" sentiments floating about the index investors in funds management. Those who have championed index investing for decades are using their aggregated clout to ... Read more

Alex Dunnin
     
Forget Abenomics, worry about avocadonomics
  |  In Blogs
Baby boomer parents must be so proud. Fearing their young people were refusing to learn from the wisdom of their elders it seems Australia's young millennials have been listening more intently than ... Read more

     
Surviving the next bond market rout
  |  In Franklin Templeton
Our latest video features Franklin Templeton director of Australian fixed income, Andrew Canobi. He explains the unique investment strategy behind the Franklin Australian Absolute Return Bond ... Read more

Serge Boccassini
     
Taming the data sea
  |  In Administration & Management
Feeling awash in a sea of data? You're not alone. Data has become ubiquitous. We collect it, store it, sort it and try to make use of it. Regulators demand it. Investors ask about it. Many ... Read more

Jeff Rogers
     
The need for a richer suite of retirement products
  |  In Retirement
Designing appropriate investment strategies for retirees is more challenging today than it has ever been. In the past, nominal and real interest rates were higher while average life expectancy was ... Read more

Michael Easson
     
The Easson Effect
  |  In Cover Story
The biggest fear in anything Michael Easson does is being ineffective. This is why the first independent chair of the Association of Superannuation Funds of Australia knows his role is one that ... Read more

Alex Dunnin
     
Welcome to the Hunger Games
  |  In Blogs
The superannuation industry may bemoan perpetual inquiries but that didn't prevent a frenzied reaction to the Productivity Commission's latest issues paper into how the PC may recommend to ... Read more

Adrian Harrington
     
What to look for in unlisted real estate funds
  |  In Investment Strategy
In the current low interest rate environment, the hunt for yield is a powerful force. Non-residential real estate via listed real estate investment trusts (A-REITs) and unlisted real estate funds ... Read more

Stephen Fay
     
Tell me directly how much I mean to you
  |  In Blogs
How much do you mean to your super fund? In fees, that is. Regardless if a super fund is for profit or not, fees are needed to make the engine run. However, how a fund expresses its fees is often ... Read more
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The superannuation industry backs Treasury's call to retain a separate external dispute resolution body. Read more
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An industry superannuation fund recovered more than $5 million in lost super for members in the three months to September 2016. Read more
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