Material weakness in super funds, insurers exposedBY KARREN VERGARA | THURSDAY, 23 MAY 2019 12:20PM
The numerous weaknesses exposed in APRA's prudential inquiry into the Commonwealth Bank are apparent among life insurers and superannuation funds.
Read more: APRA, Commonwealth Bank, AMP Life, ANZ, AustralianSuper, CBA, Cbus, Challenger, Commonwealth Superannuation Corporation, Diversa Trustees, First State Super, Hostplus, John Lonsdale, Macquarie Bank, Mercer Superannuation, MLC, NAB, TAL Life, Westpac
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