Posts tagged jonathan steffanoni
QMV Hosts Trivia Night To Raise Funds For The Flemington Homework Club

QMV’s Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) group held the annual trivia night last Friday evening to raise funds for The Flemington Homework Club. CSR Chair, David Mehmed would like to extend appreciation to everyone who took part. We raised $6,829 for this worthy cause and it would not have been possible without the generosity and intellectual horsepower of our guests! 

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Productivity Commission Recommendation 14: Not-for-profit for all?

The long-awaited Productivity Commission report on its three-year inquiry into competition and efficiency in superannuation has made a curious finding and recommendation that "because super funds are legally obliged to act in members' best interests, the fees they charge should not exceed cost recovery levels."

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Best-Interests Duty Is Not That Complicated

The Royal Commission into Misconduct in the Banking, Superannuation and Financial Services Industry has thrown some light onto the superannuation sector’s conduct while left alone in the dark with the retirement savings of Australians.

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Pre 2018-19 Commonwealth Budget - What Might Be In Store For The Superannuation System?

After a busy few years of regulatory change, the 2018-19 Commonwealth budget is shaping up to continue the trend as yet another important policy intersection for the Australian superannuation and pensions system.

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MEDIA RELEASE: “Open Super” An Opportunity For Smart Super Funds

The superannuation industry should prepare for an “open super” regime in the next few years, in light of current moves towards “open data” and “open banking” and the fundamental shift in the balance of power in the information economy, says Jonathan Steffanoni, principal consultant – legal and risk at QMV.

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MEDIA RELEASE: Fund Consolidation, Regulatory Scrutiny And Data Trends To Dominate 2018 super landscape

A continued regulatory focus on member outcomes will dominate the superannuation industry in 2018 and contribute to the continued consolidation of funds, says Mr Jonathan Steffanoni, Principal Consultant, Legal & Risk, QMV.

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ASFA 2017 - Live Site - Michael Quinn to present on Data Management Platforms

New to the ASFA Conference 2017 is the ‘ASFA Live Site’ which offers delegates the opportunity to see the conference's most anticipated sessions streamed live throughout the conference. Live Site sessions hold up to 96 delegates and are 15 minutes in duration.

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QMV expands into Sydney superannuation, insurance, banking and wealth management sectors

QMV is thrilled to officially open the doors for business in Sydney. We have been flying in and out of Sydney and Brisbane with client work for some time and are experiencing increasing interest in our services. We decided that now was the right time to establish a permanent base up north.

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Data Driven Member Engagement, Member Profiling And The Power Of Persuasive Nudging

I really enjoyed the opportunity to speak at ASFA’s Spotlight on Member Engagement Forum held this week in Sydney. My task was to discuss how trustee approaches to member engagement would be influenced by the rise of

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