Insights

Australian Financial Review

Managing conflict the next step

You're seeing organisations think about whether they are better off creating structural solutions that will enable the management of whatever persisting conflicts they have to be much easier and more transparent, and less inherently conflicted. There are a lot more conversations in super about independence.

Australian Financial Review

Jun 2019   ·   5 min read

Australian Financial Review

Dealing with the demographic change

Our version of superannuation is not beyond criticism or review… but at a high level, the quality of the super system is so compelling that we’re starting to have conversations with other countries who don’t have what we have, about how they can rapidly bridge their demographic challenges and adopt systems similar to the Australian superannuation system. I think it’s a system that is absolutely ready for export – it’s an aid and development opportunity, and it’s a trade opportunity.

Australian Financial Review

Jun 2019   ·   10 min read

Money Management

Sargon launches SMSF alternative

The Sargon Small APRA Fund (SAF) would be governed by the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA) instead of the Australian Taxation Office (ATO), like a regular SMSF, meaning Sargon would assume the responsibilities and operations that would usually fall to an SMSF member as trustee.

Money Management

May 2019   ·   5 min read

Company Announcements

Company statement following appointment of Voluntary Administrators

Company statement following appointment of Voluntary Administrators

Sargon’s trustee and regulated businesses are not in voluntary administration or administration or receivership of any kind, and will continue to trade as normal. Sargon’s management, board of directors and operational teams for each of its trustees and licensees also remain in place, including all trustee entities.

Company statement in response to appointment of receiver

Company statement in response to appointment of receiver

Sargon Capital Pty Ltd is a holding company. Its operating subsidiaries are not in any form of external administration and Sargon’s role and services as trustee, supervisor and custodian are unaffected by the appointment and continue to operate as normal. 

Sargon appointed trustee for AMP notes offer

Sargon appointed trustee for AMP notes offer

Sargon has today confirmed its appointment as trustee for AMP Limited’s (ASX:AMP) Capital Notes 2 offer with A$275 million in unsecured notes issued today and expected to begin trading on a deferred settlement basis on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) on 24 December 2019.