Australia: [Invitation] Changing the super game? The Discussion Paper
Last Updated: 13 February 2014

VIC Luncheon Briefing – Thursday 27 February 2014


The Government's most recent superannuation Discussion Paper, Better regulation and governance, enhanced transparency and improved competition in superannuation, canvassed a diverse number of issues that have already led to fierce debate. Will this paper be a game changer for the super industry?

Find out at the Melbourne Luncheon Briefing, where three industry experts will offer their unique perspective on Paper's potential to be a game changer and its impact on the industry.

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