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Fintech to take on super with new hireBY ELIZA BAVIN | MONDAY, 16 NOV 2020 12:36PM
Stake has announced its plans to take on the super industry to give younger investors a simple, low cost way to have their own self-managed super fund (SMSF), by announcing a new executive hire.
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