Superannuation and Retirement Summit
Join the Australian Financial Review on August 4th as we unpack the findings of the recent review into the retirement income system.
4 August 2020
Amora Jamison Sydney
Last year the Morrison government unveiled an impending review of retirement income system.
The Treasurer announced a review into the retirement income system on 27 September 2019.
This review was recommended by the Productivity Commission in its report Superannuation: Assessing Efficiency and Competitiveness and comes 27 years after the establishment of compulsory superannuation.
The review will cover the current state of the system and how it will perform in the future as Australians live longer and the population ages.
The review will consider the incentives for people to self-fund their retirement, the fiscal sustainability of the system, the role of the three pillars of the retirement income system, and the level of support provided to different cohorts across time.
The review will be undertaken by an independent panel, chaired by Mr Mike Callaghan AM PSM, with Ms Carolyn Kay and Dr Deborah Ralston as panel members. A public consultation paper was released in November 2019 and the Panel will provide its final report to the Government by June 2020.
Join the Australian Financial Review on August 4th as we unpack the findings of this significant Review into retirement income system.
CONFERENCE DAY ONE | Tuesday 4th December 2018
Registration and morning refreshments
The Hon Peter Dutton MP
Minister For Home Affairs
Former Deputy Chief Management Officer, United States Department of Defense & Managing Director Deloitte
Deputy Secretary – Capability Acquisition and Sustainment (CASG), Department of Defence
Air Vice-Marshal (ret’d) John Blackburn AO
Defence and National Security System Consultant & Former Deputy Chief of the Royal Australian Air Force
Dr Marcus Hellyer
Senior Analyst, ASPI
Prof Samantha Hepburn
Faculty of Business and Law, Deakin University
Director – Pacific Islands Program, Lowy Institute
A/Professor Alexey Muraviev
Head of Department of Social Sciences and Security Studies, Curtin University
Professor John Blaxland
Strategic and Defence Studies Centre, ANU
Director of Foreign Policy and Defence, United States Studies Centre
Former Senator for New South Wales
CEO, China Matters
Head of the International Cyber Policy Centre, ASPI
Senior Advisor to the Head of Colleage – Crawford School of Public Policy – ANU College of Asia and the Pacific, ANU
Prof Toby Walsh
Professor of Artificial Intellifence, UNSW
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