DateJune 1, 2018
It has been a busy time for the SuperRatings team, with the Productivity Commission releasing its draft report on the efficiency and competitiveness of Australia’s superannuation system. SuperRatings has been getting its view on the report and the draft recommendations out in the marketplace, providing comments for TV, radio, as well as print and online media. Here’s a few articles and interviews you may have missed:
Fund managers who perform poorly face being locked out of Australia’s A$2.6 trillion ($1.96 trillion) pension industry if recommendations from the government’s top economic advisory body are implemented. Read
Jeff Bresnahan discusses the latest Productivity Commission report with Melbourne 3AW breakfast hosts Ross Stevenson and John Burns. Listen.
In its draft report on the efficiency and competitiveness of superannuation, the Productivity Commission has recommended an overhaul of the process whereby default super funds are selected for employees. Read
This week’s Productivity Commission recommendation that an expert panel decide on the nation’s top 10 superannuation funds could be counterproductive, according to comparison site SuperRatings. Read
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