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YFYS test results not a fair representation: FrontierBY ELIZABETH MCARTHUR | WEDNESDAY, 1 SEP 2021 11:37AM
Frontier is concerned the APRA performance test does not adequately assess acceptable performance, given several of the funds that were failed actually perform better than others that passed.
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