Head of Marketing, QIC Limited (at time of writing)
Bruce Stafford is the head of marketing at QIC and formerly executive manager marketing strategy for HESTA Super Fund for seven years. He is responsible for strategic marketing leadership across QIC's global asset classes of equities, fixed interest, property, infrastructure, absolute return strategies, private equity, capital management and beta strategies. His reputation for strong brand leadership, marketing innovation and integrating marketing and business strategy has seen him become one of Australia's most awarded superannuation marketers. Bruce has a Bachelor of Business and Marketing, and a Diploma of Market Research, and was awarded Marketer of the Year in 2004 by Rainmaker Planning and Strategy Division and the FEAL International Investments Conference Scholarship in 2007.
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BRUCE STAFFORD | TUESDAY, 1 JAN 2008
Super funds have a technical heritage but to survive in tomorrow's much more competitive environment they will have to become true marketing organisations. Negotiating these challenges means coming to terms with choice of fund, industry consolidation ... Read more
The super fund has expanded an existing mandate with Calvert to include a carbon reduction tilt that will cover its entire Australian equity portfolio.
New analysis by Rainmaker Information has identified 32 superannuation funds as leaders on ESG principles and strong investment performance.
The industry fund has reduced asset-based administration fees across Rest Super, Rest Corporate and Rest Pension, saying its total fees are now at least 25% less than the industry average.
As we celebrate the 30th birthday of the Superannuation Guarantee, the new financial year brings with it plenty of changes to super. Here's what you need to know.
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Heading one of the country's largest sustainable investors wasn't something Peter Chun ever envisioned for himself, but that's just a bonus of taking on the role he describes as a perfect fit - chief executive of UniSuper. Jamie Williamson writes.
The new Labor Government will be a strong supporter of superannuation. In fact, the Prime Minister in his election night comments mentioned his government's ...
Emerging market debt has had a tough 2022 so far but the market is reaching an inflection point. Much of the bad news is in the past and yields are beginning ...
Superannuation's structural tailwinds of the past 30 years are morphing into headwinds and traditional diversification is challenged. (As an industry) ...
Attention has recently been given to the addition of non-traditional investments such as bitcoin in SMSF portfolios. Before doing so, SMSF trustees should ...