APRA urges caution on super reforms

Original article by Andrew White
The Australian – Page: 17 & 18 : 6-Aug-18

The Australian Prudential Regulation Authority’s deputy chair Helen Rowell says superannuation funds that are excluded from the proposed list of the 10 best-performing funds may face problems such as liquidity issues and doubts about their sustainability over the medium to long-term. She adds that the Productivity Commission’s proposed changes to the default super regime would increase APRA’s workload, as it would have to work more closely with registrable superannuation entities that do not make the "best in show" list.

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