Highest paid execs in super revealedBY JAMES FERNYHOUGH | THURSDAY, 6 NOV 2014 12:30PM
Superannuation funds have publicly disclosed how much they pay their senior executive staff, revealing pay packages ranging from the low hundreds of thousands of dollars to over a million dollars a year.
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