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Super is "next on the menu" for disruption: new ASFA CEOBY ALEX BURKE | THURSDAY, 10 NOV 2016 11:34AM
The superannuation industry is at high risk of being disrupted by the fintech sector, new Association of Superannuation Funds of Australia chief executive Martin Fahy has warned.
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