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Unpacking the Retirement Income Review

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How will the Retirement Income Review inform future government policy...

Your Future, Your Super | A panel discussion

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The Your Future, Your Super legislation announced in the 2020 Federal Budget...

Your Future Your Super regulations at last

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Your Future, Your Super | A panel discussion

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Webinar Governance  Investment  Policy  Regulation

The Your Future, Your Super legislation announced in the 2020 Federal Budget and currently before Parliament proposes the most significant changes to superannuation since the system started.

Although there is widespread support for the intent of the legislation, which is to reduce multiple accounts, address super fund underperformance and improve transparency and accountability, the approach proposed in the legislation is another matter. A broad range of submitters on the legislation have voiced profound concerns that not only will the legislation fail to reach its objectives, it will actually make outcomes worse for members. These concerns are heightened by the fact that the legislation departs significantly from Productivity Commission and Royal Commission recommendations and delegates significant power to the regulations, which are yet to be released.

Tune in as our panellists bring their diverse areas of expertise to this wide-ranging debate.

Published Date: 22 March 2021


Peter Burn, Chief Policy Advisor, Ai Group

As Chief Policy Advisor at Ai Group, Peter is responsible for policy development on a wide range of issues relevant to Ai Group members and works closely with Ai Group’s National Workplace Relations; Education and Training; and Industry Development Policy teams.  He is also a Director of Industry Super Australia.  Peter served as a member of AustralianSuper’s Investment Committee for an extended period.  Going back further, he was Director of Policy at the Business Council of Australia and held academic positions in Economics Departments at the University of Queensland and the University of Newcastle.  Peter started his professional career at the Commonwealth Treasury.

Anna Engwerda-Smith, Director of Policy and Research, IFM Investors

Anna is Director of Policy and Research at IFM Investors, established more than 25 years ago by industry super funds to protect and grow the long-term retirement savings of working people. She leads on public policy analysis and engagement with government and civil society in Australia, and works with colleagues across IFM’s global offices to position IFM and pension capital as the natural partners of government in infrastructure and other investment opportunities around the world. Previously, she worked as a senior policy adviser in the Australian Prime Minister’s department, the Australian Embassy in Washington DC and the federal House of Representatives. She has masters degrees in public policy from the Australian National University and Princeton University.

Dr Pamela Hanrahan, Professor of Commercial Law and Regulation, UNSW Business School

Dr Pamela Hanrahan is Professor of Commercial Law and Regulation at the UNSW Business School Sydney and an internationally recognised expert in corporate law, corporate governance, and financial services law.  She is a former Regional Commissioner of the Australian Securities and Investments Commission and she has conducted or advised several key governmental inquiries and commissions into aspects of financial regulation, including the Hayne Royal Commission.  Pamela has published extensively on superannuation and collective investments law and her recent books include Securities and Financial Services Law (with Justice Ashley Black) and Managed Investments Law & Practice.  Pamela is a member of the governing board of the Business Law Section of the Law Council of Australia and the national corporate governance committee of the Australian Institute of Company Directors, and a non-executive director of Landcom. 


Eva Scheerlinck, Chief Executive Officer, AIST

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