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Tuesday 30 May 2017

Be peer aware, not peer anchored

QSuper’s Damian Lillicrap says ordinary savers would be better served if more super funds dumped their peer-relative performance objectives.

A budget is only as good as its forecasts

Accurate forecasts are essential to budgeting; investors, CEOs, and federal treasurers alike need learn how to spot the reliable ones.

MetLife boss calls for more flexibility in group insurance

Super trustees need more flexibility to design what's best for their fund, MetLife chief Deanne Stewart argues.

Building the bridge to a secure retirement

The detail needs to be worked through but the government’s MyRetirement framework is on the right track, Challenger’s Richard Howes writes.

Money corrupts; learn to tame your inner psychopath

People working in financial services need to accept that “proximity to money” makes them more likely to engage in poor ethical behaviour.

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