Fraser Review compounds board independence impasseBY DARREN SNYDER | WEDNESDAY, 9 MAR 2016 9:58AM
If no government is brave enough to mandate one-third independent directors on superannuation boards then funds should at least be accountable to members for their hires via an industry-wide governance code.Read more: Women, Club Super, Industry Super Australia, QIEC Super, National Seniors, Ruth Medd, Michael O'Neill, Advisers, AIST, Andrew Boal, Australian Institute of Superannuation Trustees, Australian Prudential Regulation Authority for, Bernie, Bruce Wilson, Fraser Review, IFAA Administrators, ISA, Nambawan Super Limited Papua New Guinea, Robbie Campo, Sunsuper, United, Willis Towers Watson
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