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Alex Dunnin
Executive Director, Research & Compliance, Financial Standard
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Australia's superannuation sector in trying to digest the Productivity Commission's 700-page report with its 31 recommendations need to keep in mind the massive structural problems it is trying ...
Hold the front page, the super fund fee landscape has reset. Long gone are the halcyon days when retail super funds were automatically the fee bad guys charging way over the odds. Today, at least for default ...
Everyone repeat after me: the Productivity Commission report is just a draft, it is not government policy and it will be a long while before the Federal Government responds let alone announces any legislation ...
In one of the most important media releases issued by a super regulator in recent years, ASIC imposed an infringement notice on Tidswell Financial Services and Spaceship Financial Services. The groups ...
Late last month a few enthusiastic business people got a super fund roundtable together to publicly plead why they need Australia's superannuation funds to directly lend them money. Yet in a case of appalling ...
Australia's Future Fund chair and former Federal Treasurer Peter Costello is enjoying his job. So much so that at an industry conference last month he mischievously floated the idea that the Future Fund ...
As the superannuation and managed investment sectors get ready to implement the new RG97 fee regime, we should take a moment to marvel at what we are witnessing. It's not often we see such a display of ...
Australia's superannuation system is a national treasure with two primary goals: helping Australians save for retirement and investing in nation building. But does it have a third: fixing not just Australia's ...
Superannuation strategists are wise to hold fire before putting too much weight behind the government's latest round of proposed structural reforms. Strategists' reticence may not impact the design or ...
It all started innocently enough. In June this year ASFA put out a seemingly innocuous media release that tried to report the extra superannuation capital retirees would need to fund the annual costs of ...
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