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Rainmaker reveals 2021 AAA super productsBY JAMIE WILLIAMSON | TUESDAY, 23 MAR 2021 12:44PM
Of the 692 superannuation products reviewed by Rainmaker, 29% have received a AAA Rating for 2021, with 11 offerings added to the list.
Read more: Rainmaker, Alex Dunnin, AMG Super, Australian Catholic Superannuation, Aware Super, Colonial First State, Commonwealth Super Corporation, Emplus Personal Super, First State Super, GESB, GuildSuper, IAG, Military Super, Nationwide Super, Russell Investments, Suncorp, Sunsuper, VicSuper, WA Super
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