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This is the tenth 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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Account consolidation and legislative changes are placing pressure on funds’ fee models, putting their business models at risk.
At a system level, funds are experiencing an increasing gap between total expenses and total fees due to a decline in total member accounts. In the past five years, total expenses grew by 6% CAGR, while the total number of member accounts declined by 2% CAGR, total revenues declined by 1% CAGR. This issue is likely to be exacerbated by a fundamentally more expensive business model required to meet members, regulators and other stakeholders’ expectations and to compete with more aggressive rivals.