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New heatmap shames trusteesBY KARREN VERGARA | FRIDAY, 18 DEC 2020 12:36PM
The same underperforming and costly MySuper products APRA named and shamed last year have failed members again in the latest iteration of the heatmaps.
Read more: MySuper, Superannuation, BT Funds Management, BT Super, Colonial First State Investments, Aon MySuper, EISS Super, Helen Rowell, Maritime Super, MLC Super Fund, Westpac Super
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