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This is the eighth year Right Lane has conducted research on the forces impacting industry super funds.
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Majority of Australia’s super funds are likely to tip into negative cashflows – MEDIA RELEASE
Virus cash crunch hits 60 per cent of super funds - The early release scheme could mean that 54 of Australia's 90 super funds suffer from negative cashflow. That will accelerate the need for fund mergers.
The report is based on our research and reflections on our work with more than 20 industry super funds and many of their service providers over the past 20 years.
In developing this year’s report, we interviewed the CEOs of many of our industry fund and collective vehicle clients. We thank them for their helpful input, the majority of which has been incorporated into the final report, and for their ongoing support of this work.
Key topics explored in this edition include:
- How is the superannuation system currently performing?
- What is the ‘idealised’ structure of the superannuation system that might best serve members?
- What are the common characteristics of ‘winning’ funds and what are the challenges they are likely to face?
- What will it take to get to an idealised structure and what might get in the way?
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Please note: This report has been prepared exclusively for profit-for-member super funds.