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Major super funds caught in fraud scandalBY ELIZA BAVIN, JAMIE WILLIAMSON | WEDNESDAY, 18 SEP 2019 12:34PM
Several of Australia's largest superannuation funds were targeted by an online fraud syndicate which siphoned millions from share-trading and super accounts.
Read more: AustralianSuper, Commsec, HESTA, ASIC, Club Plus, Hostplus, LUCRF Super, Australian Federal Police, CMC Markets, Financial Standard, IG Markets, Australian Administrative Services, Chris Deakin, Chris Goldsmid, Link Group
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