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YourLifeCoices - October 28, 2020

How to grow your nest egg – ethically

Have you checked where your super fund invests your money? ‘Sustainable investing’ has long been considered a buzzword or marketing term to lure socially minded investors. But it’s become clear that the drive towards sustainability is becoming a priority as 86 per cent of Australians expect their superannuation or other investments to be invested responsibly and ethically. Read more


Marketing Magazine - October 20, 2020

The fallacies of generational labelling: Marketing for temperament, not demographic

Victoria Kent questions whether age is really the most useful way of understanding people, or if marketers should be looking to other more telling factors, like temperament and personality traits instead. Read more


Canstar - October 2, 2020

How to identify high-growth stocks

What should an everyday investor look for when investing in high growth stocks are and where can they access this information? Our Co-founder/Chief Investment Officer Kevin Hua shares valuable tips on how to spot them. Read more


Australian Financial Review - September 12, 2020

Women at a disadvantage in return to office: top lawyer

Women are returning to the workplace slower than their male colleagues and could find themselves being sidelined due to unconscious bias, one of Australia's top corporate lawyers says. Read more


Savings.com.au - January 21, 2020

Aussies warned they may be unknowingly investing unethically

Australia's newest retail super fund is urging Australians to review whether their superannuation is being invested ethically. Read more



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Dynamic Business - July 3, 2020

What is ‘sustainable’ investing? Buzzword or problem solver?

What is ‘sustainable’ investing? Is it a buzzword used to lure socially-minded investors, or our best bet for tackling humanity’s greatest challenges? Read more


Nestegg - July 3, 2020

Types of superannuation funds you should know

In Australia, there are currently over 500 superannuation funds and over 40,000 super products. How do we go about figuring out what we want? Read more


Savings.com.au - April 24, 2020

Coronavirus crisis: 5 tips for managing your super

Jade Ong, co-founder of Elevate Super reveals how to manage your super during the coronavirus crisis. Read more


The Age - March 25, 2020

Interest in ethical investing increases after bushfires

We buy products that are environmentally friendly and are happy to move to paperless bills, but we continue to remain reluctant to switch our retirement savings to superannuation funds that invest ethically. Read more


Smart Company - January 22, 2020

“People will wake up”: Meet the fintechs bringing social justice to superannuation

As we reel in the wake of the banking royal commission, and the Aussie fintech trend continues to rage, we’re also seeing a swathe of new, innovative super funds springing onto the scene. Read more


Nestegg - January 21, 2020

Does the superannuation industry need more transparency?

Australians are passively investing $2.9 trillion into funds that are shrouded in secrecy and lack of transparency; investors’ values and what they invest in may not align, an industry expert has suggested. Read more


AFR - January 21, 2020

Fintech targets millennials with green super fund

Digital investment manager AtlasTrend is dipping its toes into the $2.9 trillion superannuation market, hoping to capitalise on demand from green-tinged millennials who want their assets managed in line with sustainable development goals. Read more


InvestorDaily - January 21, 2020

AtlasTrend launches UN sustainability-aligned super

Online investment fintech AtlasTrend has rolled out a retail superannuation fund, which will assess and measure investments based on their contribution to the US Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Read more


MoneyManagement - January 21, 2020

Super fund ethical details not mandatory

While 92% of Australians expect superannuation to be invested responsibly and ethically, it is not mandatory for funds to provide detail to know whether the investments align with member values, according to Elevate Super. Read more