Chair of the Financial Sector Commission on Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking, PRI’s Fiona Reynolds explains how the financial sector is well positioned to identify, target and disrupt these crimes and their underlying causes.
Fiona ReynoldsMarch 14, 2019
Australia will be left to watch other countries thrive in the low-carbon economy if it doesn't act soon, the PRI's Fiona Reynolds writes.
Fiona ReynoldsSeptember 27, 2017
The level of tax avoidance has escalated to embarrassing heights, with the general view that tax rules allow the wealthy and powerful to get away without paying their fair share of taxes being grounded in reality
Fiona ReynoldsJuly 6, 2016
Regular readers of this column would be well aware of the ongoing debate about the governance of superannuation. However, amid all the claims and counter claims about the merits of the various governance models that exist in our industry and the hysteria about unions “controlling” superannuation, some of the really important issues around board independence […]
Fiona ReynoldsOctober 8, 2012
I was recently at an industry conference where changes to the default-fund system were discussed. Throughout the session, we heard about the impact on employers, insurers, funds and other providers but members – and what was best for them – didn’t rate a mention. In her recently published book, A Super History, Christine St Anne reminds us that super was conceived as policy with social […]
Fiona ReynoldsSeptember 17, 2012