Could government issue its own annuities?BY JAMES FERNYHOUGH | TUESDAY, 15 APR 2014 12:50PM
The government could play an active role in the creation of a functioning annuities and longevity insurance market, according to the Centre of Excellence in Population Ageing Research (CEPAR) in its submission to the Financial System Inquiry.Read more: CEPAR, Centre, Financial System Inquiry, Excellence, Population Ageing Research, ASFA, Australia Post, Actuaries Institute, Association, Australians, Centrelink, Challenger, Pauline Vamos, Superannuation, Superannuation Funds, UK model, UniSuper
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