Superannuation mergers strike oligopoly fearsBY KARREN VERGARA | TUESDAY, 23 APR 2019 12:06PM
Concern the superannuation industry will become an oligopoly like the banking sector is being fuelled by the regulators' new powers and increased funding, specifically aimed at forcing underperforming funds to merge or shut down.
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