Choice options held on platforms were more likely to fail the YFYS performance test than those accessed directly.
A review by regulators APRA and ASIC has found that super funds’ responses to the Retirement Covenant fall short of addressing members’ retirement needs and contain gaps in critical member data
Today, institutional investors are facing a whole range of risks that are not directly related to the market and don’t fit established risk models well. Investors would do well to look at the lessons learned in ESG to cope with these new risks, Sue Brake says
Asset allocation is now the main game in town and Michael Block gives an insight into how he approached it during his time as CIO with Australian Catholic Super
Should liquidity be a risk that is managed at the executive level? [i3] Insights Editor Wouter Klijn explores the benefits of creating a Chief Liquidity Officer role.
JANA’s Matthew Griffith argues for a risk-adjusted metric to be included in the YFYS performance test, rather than a mere focus on implementation
After nearly 50 years in the investment industry, Ken Marshman has stepped back from direct involvement in the industry. But he does have some doubts about the direction of investing today.
Private markets have become a larger share of institutional portfolios, but as they have grown the nature of investment risks and opportunities have shifted too, PGIM says.
The Grattan Institute has thrown its support behind the Your Future, Your Super performance test and although it sees room for improvement the think tank calls for the test to be retained