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Unpacking the Retirement Income Review

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Unpacking the Retirement Income Review

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The 600+ pages of the Retirement Income Review report was released on 20 November.  Despite the independent panel making no recommendations, it is already clear that their work will inform Federal Government policy decisions into the future.

The Government asked the panel to ‘establish a fact base of the current retirement income system that will improve understanding of its operation and the outcomes it is delivering for Australians.’

Hear from Professor Deborah Ralston, part of the independent panel which conducted the Review, as she discusses the findings with Global Pensions Expert, David Knox. 

Published Date: 25 November 2020


Professor Deborah Ralston, Monash University

Professor Deborah Ralston is a researcher and thought leader in financial services, with interests in digital disruption, superannuation, and financial regulation

Professor Ralston holds several non-executive director positions including Chair of the SMSF Association and is a member of the Reserve Bank of Australia’s Payments System Board. 

She was the inaugural Chair of ASIC’s Digital Finance Advisory Committee (DFAC) and is a member of the YBF FinTech Hub Advisory Board. She is a Professorial Fellow at Monash University.

Dr David Knox, Senior Partner, Mercer

David is a Senior Partner at Mercer and Senior Actuary for Australia.  He is the National Leader for Research; actuary to the Tasmanian and Western Australian public sector superannuation plans; and lead author of the Melbourne Mercer Global Pension Index.

Before joining Mercer, David was at PricewaterhouseCoopers and prior to that was the Foundation Professor of Actuarial Studies at The University of Melbourne. In his two decades in academia, he acted as a consultant to a range of financial organisations, in both the private and public sectors, specialising in superannuation and retirement incomes. He has spoken and written widely in this area and has served on many Government and industry committees. 

David was an independent Board member of Australian Prudential Regulation Authority from 1998 to 2003 and President of the Institute of Actuaries of Australia in 2000.

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