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Super fund slashes fees, switches administratorBY KARREN VERGARA | WEDNESDAY, 21 NOV 2018 12:27PM
A $5.5 billion superannuation fund scrapped several fees, discounted its insurance premiums and changed administrators.
Read more: EISS Super, GESB Super, Link Group, Mercer Australia, Retirement Pension, RI Allocated Pension, TAL, West State Super
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