Independent trustees fix wrong problemBY ALEX DUNNIN | TUESDAY, 12 AUG 2014 11:55AM
The push for more independent super fund trustees has been spurred by flawed assumptions, reveals new research released by the McKell Institute.
Read more: McKell Institute, Macquarie University, Superannuation, Christopher Angus, Dr Louise Thornwaite, Dr Michael Rafferty, Raymond Markey, Representative Governance, Sue Wright, Superannuation Boards, Sydney
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