How can Australia’s Superannuation System be Improved?

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Thursday, March 11th from 6:00pm until 8:00pm, AEDT


Online symposium via Zoom.


There'll be a great line-up of speakers plus ample scope for discussion and debate.

Why you should attend

Given the massive importance of Super to Australians, Australian employers and Australia’s financial ecosystem as a whole, it’s clearly important that Super’s as super as it can be. However, there’s a wide range of views on whether Australia’s Superannuation System has been successful or not; and it’s clear there are strong views on both sides.

Our symposium represents a first-class opportunity to take a close look at the realities of the situation and to specify what improvements could, should and perhaps even must be made.

It will be a forum where participants can “say it as they see it.” We’re certainly anticipating candid conversation but we’re also hoping the exchange of insights and perspectives can also be constructive and collegiate.

Our speakers will be sharing their insights and perspectives in relation to the 4 key areas of concern:

  • Accumulation
  • Decumulation
  • Governance; and
  • Consumer outcomes

Whilst we don’t expect everybody to agree with everybody else on every matter; we are hopeful that we can build consensus on some important policy initiatives that should garner widespread support.

Do take the opportunity to consider what others believe to be the best way forward in reforming Super; as well as making sure your own thoughts are taken into account too.


Nicholas Morris

Darren McShane

Ian Fryer


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