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How Mine Super’s investment reset took it from a YFYS ‘clobbering’ to top of the charts

The $13 billion industry fund has seen a significant turnaround in member outcomes since it rethought its “technically outstanding” but conservative investment strategy and has topped Chant West’s growth ranking for a second year running.

Lachlan Maddock | 19th Jul 2024 | More
Qantas Super flies into the sunset with ART merger

One of Australia’s last corporate superannuation funds will merge with Australian Retirement Trust following years of pandemic disruption and regulatory change that stymied efforts to grow its member base.

Lachlan Maddock | 19th Jul 2024 | More
  • AustralianSuper infrastructure boss heads to Dexus

    The global head of real assets at Australian’s biggest super fund has jumped to Dexus to help it achieve its ambitions of becoming a chunky infrastructure and alternatives player.

    Staff Writer | 19th Jul 2024 | More
    TelstraSuper expands ‘nimble and innovative’ climate investments

    The $27 billion TelstraSuper’s move to back Quinbrook’s Net Zero Power Fund is the latest in a series of climate-related investments that it feels are well-suited for smaller and more agile funds.

    Lachlan Maddock | 17th Jul 2024 | More
  • J.P. Morgan takes custody of Spirit Super

    J.P. Morgan has leveraged its dedicated transition team and merger experience to win custody of the circa $30 billion Spirit Super ahead of the fund’s tie-up with Care Super.

    Lachlan Maddock | 17th Jul 2024 | More
    A rising AI tide won’t lift all boats: Capital Group

    In the AI-fueled rally, some companies will win – and others will disappear. But while some parts of the market look hideously expensive, their long-term prospects might justify their valuations.

    Lachlan Maddock | 12th Jul 2024 | More
    Thriving in a new market environment means getting agile: Colonial First State

    A different investment environment requires a different investment model, says Colonial First State, and funds will have to become more nimble if they’re to cope.

    Lachlan Maddock | 12th Jul 2024 | More
    Alternative Future Foundation puts its reserves to work with charity fund

    The Alternative Future Foundation has begun investing its financial reserves with a who’s-who of Australian alternatives managers as it looks to boost returns for the charities it supports.

    Lachlan Maddock | 10th Jul 2024 | More
    ‘Unique advantages’: Rest boosts private debt allocation

    The $85 billion industry fund has tipped more money into a real estate debt fund from Metrics Credit Partners as it looks to diversify its private markets exposures.

    Lachlan Maddock | 10th Jul 2024 | More
  • Why Aware Super’s best returns aren’t a matter of being ‘super clever’

    What matters more than big returns is making sure the right people are getting them. For members in Aware’s lifecycle default, the numbers are “phenomenal”.

    Lachlan Maddock | 5th Jul 2024 | More
    Start asking the right questions on net zero: Ninety One

    To get the most benefit from the transition to net zero it’s worth asset owners considering the natural advantages they have and the areas where they’re best placed to provide capital.

    Staff Writer | 3rd Jul 2024 | More
    Investors are looking for downside protection in all the wrong places

    The private markets have surged in popularity as investors hunt for a potent combination of yield and downside protection. But in a big selloff, the strategy that will do best is one that’s genuinely uncorrelated.

    Lachlan Maddock | 27th Jun 2024 | More
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