Welcome to the June Edition
This month the inspiration for our lead article is the number of failures and disappointments we've seen across corporate Australia this year. We respond by highlighting one of the main underlying causes and how superannuation Trustees can go down a different path.
The Trustees Plate
There are many lessons we can learn as Trustees from the daily revelations of the banking royal commission. We respond by highlighting one of the main underlying causes of failure and disappointment and how superannuation Trustees can go down a different path.
Special Briefing: Super in Crisis
The superannuation industry is under enormous pressure from regulators, the Productivity Commission, and the Federal Government. The current view of the government is to remove the right of industry funds to receive contributions from employees entering their industries.
Our colleague, The Hon. Bernie Ripoll spent the week the Productivity Commission's released their draft report into superannuation talking to the key players in Canberra to assess the political landscape on both sides of politics. We spoke to him about the future of super and what individual funds and the industry can do about it.
The Super industry is under attack
The Royal Commission has shown that there have been significant failures under the watch of regulators. Now APRA want to see real change in the industry.
Five questions for Trustees
Each month we offer a few insightful questions that either Trustees or Investment Committee members can use in their governance roles.
Your Game Plan | Not a Merger Plan
We don't think Fund mergers should be the first solution that the industry turns to. We have developed a program that helps Funds rise to the APRA challenge.
High Performance Governance
Elite athletes build on their natural talent with targeted training programs. Our High Performance Governance Program helps take directors to the next level.