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We invited our member funds to share a two-minute video of the way they...

Engaging with Vulnerable Members

60 mins 1 CPD Hours

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

Implementing a retirement income strategy: The risks, challenges and opportunities

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Engaging with Vulnerable Members

60 mins
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Webinar Engagement

Earlier this year AIST released the vulnerable members guidance note to assist superannuation funds in lifting standards when engaging with vulnerable members. AIST has relied on the contribution from a range of stakeholders including super funds, insurers and consumer organisations in producing the guidance note. 

ASIC has emphasised the importance of this work and provided a clear indication of its expectations. This session will provide an overview of the guidance note and how we anticipate for it to be used in practice.

Published Date: 04 August 2021

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Samuel Lynch, Policy & Campaigns Advisor, AIST

Samuel joined AIST as a Policy and Campaigns Advisor in February 2020. Sam has previously worked as a Ministerial Adviser in the office of a Victorian Cabinet Minister. In this role, Sam supported the parliamentary secretary and Minister on a diverse range of policy issues. He was also previously involved in the 2016 Federal Election campaign as a staffer in the Office of the Federal Leader of the Opposition. Sam also held a number of different roles across the superannuation and insurance sectors, including roles in the superannuation practice of a national law firm and an international insurance company. He also has experience working in corporate taxation at an international professional services firm where he was involved in a number of Merger and Acquisition (M&A) transactions.  

Sam holds a Master of Public Policy and Management (MPPM), Bachelor of Laws (LLB) and a Bachelor of Media and Communications (BMedia&Comn).


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