Bill Shorten wants to be Australia's next PM. If he succeeds one of the first things on his to-do list will be to launch a royal commission.
Simon HoyleAugust 10, 2017
Both major political parties have contributed to important financial services reform in recent years but that work must continue apace.
Colin TateApril 20, 2017
The Liberal and Labor parties have both resisted pressure to pass on Australian infrastructure projects direct to superannuation funds. At a Financial Services Council meeting in Sydney last Friday, Treasurer Chris Bowen was asked by a superannuation representative if he would facilitate such investment. He was emphatic in his response: “I have never supported mandating […]
David RowleyAugust 26, 2013
Magazine editors from time immemorial have used the simple device of listing 10 things – 10 ways to lose weight, to pay off mortgages, achieve better orgasms, discover the best ciders, harness the real you, and so on – simply to keep readers from dozing off and tuning out. Whether there’s any science to it, […]
Gerard NoonanApril 8, 2013
Not unlike a typical edition of ABC’s Q&A, host Tony Jones moderated a robust discussion on yesterday’s Super Q&A panel. Opening CMSF 2013, the panel debated a potential leadership spill in Labor, super reform fatigue and executive pay disclosure. Perhaps most controversial was the debate on equal representation on boards, with Garry Weaven, chair of […]
Amal AwadMarch 20, 2013