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Policy Changes & Unpacking Early Release

45 mins
0.75 CPD Hours

NextGen Super Network Policy  COVID-19  Members culture  Regulation

2020 and the COVID-19 pandemic have thrown up multiple challenges to the sector, from early release and working remotely to market instability and the ongoing debate around the superannuation guarantee.

Keep your industry knowledge up to date and join AIST’s Senior Policy Manager David Haynes as he breaks down recent changes to legislation and superannuation policy and brings his wealth of experience to answer your questions.


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David Haynes, Senior Policy Manager, AIST

David has over 30 years’ experience in super, primarily in the profit-to-member sector, and always advocating outcomes that put fund members first.

David is Senior Policy Manager at AIST.  He has spent the last eight years working closely with the Australian Government, Parliament, regulators, the ATO and industry in developing and implementing all aspects of superannuation policy – including pre- and post- retirement products, structure, taxation, reporting and disclosure, and data and technology.

David was previously Chief Executive of the diversified financial services company, Industry Fund Services and two super funds; an executive at Members Equity; a trustee of the universities’ super fund; a director of the SuperStream Gateway Network Governance Body; held senior roles with superannuation administrators; and chaired the Audit and Risk Committee of COTA (Victoria).

David is also an executive with the IQ Group, and on the advisory board of Conexus Financial.


Kristy Sinclair, Relationship Manager, Sunsuper

Kristy began her career in financial services in 2011 working as adviser support in a boutique financial planning firm. In 2012 Kristy was selected into the Australian Institute of Superannuation Trustee’s SuperGrads program after completing her Bachelor of Business (Mgmt) from QUT. As an Account Manager at Sunsuper, Kristy services high value employers with a key focus on building relationships and increasing Sunsuper’s presence in the workplace. Kristy is also the Deputy Chair of Brisbane’s Mother’s Day Classic.

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