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This is the ninth year Right Lane has conducted research on the forces impacting not-for-profit super funds.

This report is based on Right Lane’s research and reflections on our work with more than 20 not-for-profit super funds and their service providers over the past 20 years.

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Latest Inside Super Articles

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AFR article: Super reforms create competition conundrum

2 July 2021

By forcing Australia’s big superannuation funds to compete harder for members, could the Coalition’s Your Future, Your Super reforms ultimately make the sector less competitive? That’s the question posed by Melbourne group Right Lane Consulting.

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MEDIA RELEASE: Super changes may lead to uncompetitive outcomes for the system

1 July 2021

The government’s super reforms are designed to expose more super funds to competition. But by doing so, could we end up with a system dominated by a handful of giant funds? MEDIA RELEASE

Budget changes picking ‘winners’ and ‘losers’ in the super system

20 October 2020

The changes announced in the recent Budget, aimed at improving efficiency in the super system, are in essence picking the ‘winners’ and the ‘losers’ in the system. The stapling of accounts and spotlight on fees and performance is likely to escalate switching behaviour while reducing the prominence of the default distribution market, which may shrink to less than 220,000 accounts annually. The battle ground for member acquisition will shift to ‘direct to consumer’ distribution, a market which is estimated to be approximately 1 million accounts annually, currently dominated by a handful of large funds.