LGIAsuper leads the way for inclusion beyond the boardroom

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Breaking down the barriers that women face on the road to retirement begins in the boardroom of financial service companies, says LGIAsuper and Energy Super CEO Kate Farrar. The latest available data from the Australian Government’s Workplace Gender Equality Agency (WGEA) shows less than one third (28.9%) of key management personnel in the financial sector

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Queensland’s newest superfund emerges  

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Queensland’s latest member-owned super fund has officially formed on July 1 with the finalisation of the merger between superannuation providers LGIAsuper and Energy Super. With around $22 billion in member savings under management, the 120,000-member strong fund, set to be the third largest based in Queensland, will serve as a leader in the boutique profit-for-member

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LGIAsuper to buy Suncorp’s superannuation business

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LGIAsuper members will benefit from increased size, scale and, ultimately, reduced costs with the acquisition of Suncorp’s superannuation business (Suncorp Portfolio Services Limited) in 2022. The transaction, announced yesterday, will see LGIAsuper add Suncorp’s 137,000 superannuation members and $6.4 billion in funds under management (as of 31 December 2020) to its portfolio, cementing its focus

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