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16 September 2021
Get the latest on superannuation legislation awaiting passage, in consultation and passed.
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13 September 2021
AIST supports the policy intent of improving transparency and compliance but does not support the legislation in its current form. Other changes introduced by the Government better increase disclosure and accountability. The proposed changes will add significant costs that will ultimately be borne by superannuation members.
09 September 2021
Legislation update - 9 September 2021
AIST calls on government to address concerns on new disclosure requirements; ASIC publishes guidance on breach reporting; APRA Connect goes live; ATO issues warning on newly-opened accounts; Colonia First State liable for misleading super members; APRA’s Climate Vulnerability Assessments could be extended to super and insurance; APRA stakeholders raise concerns about the cost burden of regulation
02 September 2021
Review of occupational exclusions in default insurance in MySuper products;
APRA open to tweaking benchmarks used in performance test;
New law will make it easier for victim-survivors of family violence to get their fair share of super entitlements;
More work needed on internal dispute resolution: ASIC;
Government releases Financial Accountability Regime Bill for consultation;
The Australian Institute of Superannuation Trustees, Women in Super, HESTA and Women’s Legal Service Victoria have welcomed the passage through Parliament today of legislation that will help stop family violence perpetrators from hiding superannuation assets in family law proceedings.
Legislation update - 2 September 2021
31 August 2021
AIST proposes specific changes to the Regulations to ensure disclosure does not prejudice members best financial interests. AIST calls for the value of unlisted assets to be disclosed within overlapping price dollar ranges and for the removal of further elements of derivative disclosure.
The Australian Institute of Superannuation Trustees (AIST) notes today’s release of new performance data for default MySuper products, but remains concerned that millions of Australians will be unaware they are in underperforming and untested super products that aren’t as yet covered by the new laws.