• ASIC deputy chair Karen Chester

    ASIC deputy chair Karen Chester said fund managers needed to ensure their products were "true to label", finding confusing and inappropriate product names were rife in cash-labelled products.  Image credit: Lukas Koch/AAP

    Daily briefs: 'Cash enhanced' funds less than 30% cash: ASIC

    By Adrian Black , Tue 22 September 2020

    Recent ASIC surveillance found fund managers must do more to ensure their products were "true to label", finding "confusing and inappropriate" product labels. 

  • Superannuation

    Superannuation account holders paid at least A$362 billion in fees to super funds over two decades, A$240 billion of which went to investment management fees, according to Rainmaker research. Image credit: supplied

    Daily briefs: Super fees top A$362 billion in two decades

    By Adrian Black , Mon 21 September 2020

    Superannuation account holders paid at least A$362 billion in fees to super funds over two decades, A$240 billion of which went to financial firms as investment management fees, according to Rainmaker research.

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    Tue 8 September 2020

    Australia's suppression strategy requires dropping Covid-19 deaths to a politically acceptable level, not breaking the health or aged care systems, and record deficits.

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    Mon 21 September 2020

    The Net Zero Momentum Tracker project finds momentum on integrating climate risk into portfolios, supercharged by health and community services industry fund HESTA, Cbus, and UniSuper.

  • Unicorns roam in Bragg's digital world

    Thu 3 September 2020

    Crisis-inspired change should become permanent, according to the parliamentary fintech and regtech committee seeking a truly digital economy.