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Super industry cautious on more reformBY ELIZABETH MCARTHUR | TUESDAY, 6 OCT 2020 9:20PM
The financial services industry and business community in Australia has responded in a generally positive manner to the government's 2020-2021 budget, but the super sector is so far cautious in its response.
Read more: Underperformance, FSC, ISA, Business NSW, YourSuper, ABA, ASFA, Association of Superannuation Funds of Australia, David Bassanese, Eva Scheerlinck, Sally Loane, Xavier O'Halloran, Anna Bligh, APRA, ATO, Australian Banking Association, Australian Institute of Superannuation Trustees, Bernie Dean, BetaShares, Financial Services Council, Industry Super Australia, Martin Fahy, Nola Watson, Retirement Income Review, Royal Commission, Super Consumers Australia, Treasurer Josh Frydenberg
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