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Options for Improving the Safety of Superannuation - Issues Paper

Date:

Tuesday, 2 October 2001

Content ID:

187

Abstract:

The purpose of this Issues Paper is to provide industry and other stakeholders with an opportunity to comment on a number of proposals which would impact on the supervision and governance of superannuation entities. This Paper includes proposals relating to licensing of all superannuation funds, providing APRA with a prudential standards-making power, changes to the legislative framework, and in relation to financial assistance for failed superannuation funds.

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