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Income Security for Older Australians

With the ink still drying on key post-retirement policy changes,
the CSRI’s 2018 Leadership Forum was impeccably timed.
Leaders from superannuation, policy, academic and community
circles brought a broad range of perspectives about how to
implement those changes to best serve consumer needs.
Alongside discussion of Treasury’s new position paper on a new
retirement income framework, there was keen debate around
implications from the just-released Productivity Commission
report on superannuation efficiency and competition.
We tease out the key themes of the discussion here.

  Following the government’s announcement of important policy changes relating to post retirement, leaders of the superannuation industry, policy, academic and community circles converged at the CSRI Leadership Forum in Canberra on 30-31 May 2018 to discuss the ramifications of these proposed reforms. The Forum brought together a broad range of perspectives in debating the… Read More

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By Patricia Pascuzzo (Founder and Executive Director, CSRI), presented 31 May 2018, CSRI Leadership Forum 2018 Today we have heard much about the problems people face in retirement. And we have heard deep insights from industry leaders about the challenges they face in helping retirees manage their financial risks. As a non profit, non partisan, independent… Read More

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With the 2018-19 Federal Budget announcement of an expansion of the little-known Pension Loans Scheme, it is timely to revisit the hurdles to be overcome before housing can play a meaningful role in meeting Australia’s future retirement income challenge.

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