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Super funds encouraged to collect indigenous dataBY DARREN SNYDER | TUESDAY, 29 MAR 2016 12:16PM
Superannuation funds must have a vested interest in reducing the number of indigenous Australians who are fully or severely financially excluded from the mainstream.
Read more: Australia, Australians, First Nations Foundation, Big Koori Super Day, Amanda Young, Tom Garcia, Aboriginal, Adelaide, Australian Institute of Superannuation Trustees, Chartered Accountants, Conference of Major Superannuation Funds, Marketing, Redfern, Torres Strait Islander
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