Superannuation: System architecture and policy instruments

Superannuation: System architecture and policy instruments

NSW
May 07

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Speakers

Senator Mathias Cormann, Shadow Assistant Treasurer, Shadow Minister for Financial Services and Superannuation
Brad Cooper, Chief Executive Officer, BT Financial Group
Melinda Howes, Chief Executive Officer, Actuaries Institute

 

 Public event
 07/05/2013
 Hilton Hotel, 488 George Street, Sydney, NSW

 Tax/Superannuation
 Lunch (11.00am to 1.30pm)

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Event overview

Cohesion, transparency, efficient structures and operations are key to delivering one of the best retirement systems in the world.

It is understood that by 2050 a quarter of the Australian population will be aged over 65. Wellbeing, superannuant returns and avoiding future strain on the public purse will be the symbols of a successful system.

In an important pre-budget update, CEDA welcomes a robust policy debate examining:

  • Superannuation architecture and policy instruments;
  • Possibilities for Australia's economy and the wellbeing of Australians by getting the superannuation and retirement system right; and
  • Effective returns to superannuants.

Meet the speakers

Senator Mathias Cormann
Shadow Assistant Treasurer
Shadow Minister for Financial Services and Superannuation

Brad Cooper
Chief Executive Officer, BT Financial Group

Melinda Howes
Chief Executive Officer, Actuaries Institute

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