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Friday 24 February 2017

The high cost of governance at TWUSUPER

A surprising anomaly from the Investment Magazine Salary Survey 2017 was that a $4 billion super fund paid the most in chair fees.

Lifetime Achievement Awards to Lounarda David and Rav Gray

Sunsuper’s Lounarda David and NAB’s Rav Gray were both recognised with a Lifetime Achievement Award at the 20th Conexus Financial Investment Operations Conference.

Ascendancy of the chief investment operations officer

Chief investment officers and portfolio managers are finding it increasingly difficult to implement portfolio decisions without getting a final tick of approval from their back-office colleagues.

Lawyers warn super funds to expect class actions

The trend among superannuation funds to insource more of their investment operations is exposing the industry to a higher risk of legal action, lawyers have warned. Dan Purves reports.

ASIC and super funds at loggerheads over RG 97

The executives responsible for running the back-office systems of many superannuation funds have expressed frustration at the regulator’s “painful” – and expensive to implement – new rules for disclosing fees and costs.

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