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Entertainment spend retains members: HostplusBY KARREN VERGARA | WEDNESDAY, 15 AUG 2018 12:48PM
The Royal Commission has questioned whether splurging on client entertainment is in the best interest of super fund members. Hostplus chief executive David Elia took to the witness stand on the issues of substantiating corporate expenses and multiple member accounts.
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