Super fund governance

Articles relating to the governance of superannuation funds. The Government has proposed that public offer super funds should have at least one-third independent directors/trustees. The Financial System Inquiry had recommended a majority of independent directors/trustees for super fund boards and an independent chair.

Government puts super fund governance & accountability Bills to Senate first

The Government has introduced Bills to enact its super fund governance and accountability policies to the Senate, before the House of Representatives, restarting a battle between industry and retail super fund. The Government introduced the Bills directly to the Senate, instead of to the House of Reps. Minister for Revenue… Read More »Government puts super fund governance & accountability Bills to Senate first

New anti-bank super campaign launched by Industry Super Australia

Industry Super Australia has launched a new attack campaign on the banks and their “attempts to dismantle the model used by the most successful part of the superannuation system, and put at risk the retirement savings of millions of Australians”. The campaign, called ‘Banks aren’t super’, includes a TV ad depicting… Read More »New anti-bank super campaign launched by Industry Super Australia