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Engaging with Vulnerable Members

60 mins 1 CPD Hours

Earlier this year AIST released the vulnerable members guidance note to...

APRA Heatmap for Choice Products

60 mins 1 CPD Hours

Our webinar looks at the details, timing and scope of the Choice Heatmap...

Your Future, Your Super – What’s in the Final Regulations

60 mins 1 CPD Hours

The final regulations for the Your Future, Your Super measures were...

APRA Heatmap for Choice Products

60 mins
1 CPD Hours

Home Governance  Policy  Risk

APRA’s Choice Heatmap has been a long time in the making, and it’s still not there yet!

The first Choice Heatmap is due in October, and should be an important tool for comparing super fund performance, including fees and costs. Not all Choice products are being included – although they should be – but the implications of underperformance in the Heatmap and the Government’s related performance assessment are severe.

Our webinar looks at the details, timing and scope of the Choice Heatmap; related data issues; and how it all fits together in the Government’s and APRA plans for the superannuation industry.

Published Date: 16 July 2021


David Haynes, Senior Policy Manager, AIST

As Senior Policy Manager at the Australian Institute of Superannuation Trustees, David Haynes has spent the last 11 years working closely with the Australian Parliament, and all levels of the Australian Government and its agencies, in developing, implementing and advocating for member-first reforms across all aspects of superannuation legislation, regulation, policy, and operations. 

David has been a high-level participant in all government reviews of the retirement income system over that time, and the successful implementation of subsequent changes, including MySuper, SuperStream, Productivity Commission Superannuation inquiries, the Financial Services Royal Commission, PYSP and PMIF, and Your Future, Your Super.

David has over 30 years’ experience in the superannuation industry including as chief executive of a major provider of services (e.g., financial planning) to Australian not-for-profit-pension funds (Industry Fund Services); chief executive of large fund (AUSfund), retirement income (IRIS) and managed fund organisations; trustee of the universities pension fund; and group executive of a mid-tier Australian bank (ME Bank).

He also been a director of private and public sector boards, such as the National Museum of Australia, and is an executive of a professional services company (IQ Group).

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