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Jassmyn reported from New York to Jakarta before joining Money Management and Super Review. She covered the United Nations, business, news, lifestyle, and the environment.
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Super balances on the rise
Women now account for 38.7 per cent of super account balances, compared to 23 per cent in 1994, according to ASFA.
Genetic testing could lead to life insurance discrimination
Even a small rise in the number of genetic tests could lead to significant increases in life insurance claims...
Shareholder resolution framework is flawed
The current framework for shareholder resolutions is flawed and needs reform as it does not allow shareholders to...
Nov 30 2017 - 8:00am
Women overtake men on average super balance
WOMEN using digital financial advice on the Decimal platform now have higher average superannuation balances than...
ESG should not be tackled as a bundle
E,S, and G issues in ESG are not created equally but are often tackled as a bundle and ‘responsible investing’...
Pinnacle appoints RBC I&TS as custodian and fund administrator
Pinnacle has appointed RBC I&TS to provide custody, fund administration, collateral management and related...
New super entrants not a threat to big funds
If traditional super funds fail to recognise changing consumer needs and attitudes new entrants could get a...
Dec 7 2017 - 9:00am
Reimagining life insurance – the importance of member engagement
Life insurance based health and wellbeing programs can improve life outcomes for members and have a collateral...
Aussie pension value falls
The reduction in the household saving rate has led to a drop in the Australian pension system’s sustainability...
Data used to help ASIC identify poor advice
ASIC is using data from the life insurance industry along with risk factors to help identify advisers who are...
‘Lapse’ and ‘churn’ are not the issue
A life insurance policy lapse is not the issue but rather if the advice given was poor, according to a panel.
Nov 23 2017 - 9:00am
Is short term thinking on the rise?
40% of APAC insitutional investors are shortening their holding periods due to market volatility. Discover...
Listed shares drive super funds
Listed share markets around the world have helped the medium growth super fund perform positively over the...
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