Hear direct from the Productivity Commission

Melbourne Breakfast Briefing: Tuesday 17 July

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The Productivity Commission’s recent draft report on the superannuation sector made 22 draft recommendations which, if adopted by the government, would lead to significant changes for superannuation funds and fund members. Do you understand the potential impact?

Join us for an informative and comprehensive briefing as we unpack the Productivity Commission report and explore its proposed substantial reforms to the industry.

ASFA is pleased to welcome our special guest speakers:

  • Karen Chester – Deputy Chair and Commissioner, Productivity Commission, and
  • Angela MacRae – Commissioner, Productivity Commission

Don’t miss this opportunity to hear from the experts when they share their knowledge and insights to:

  • outline the key findings of the report
  • discuss the implications for funds and fund members if the recommendations are accepted and become law
  • explore the overlap between the PC draft recommendations and the super measures in the 2018-19 Budget.

ASFA’s experienced policy and research team will also detail their process for delivering a response to the Productivity Commission.

Early registrations are recommended as places are strictly limited and are expected to fill quickly.

Hosted by

King & Wood Mallesons


Tuesday 17 July 2018
7.30am registration and light breakfast
7.50am session start
9.00am event close


King & Wood Mallesons
Level 50, Bourke Place
600 Bourke Street,
Melbourne VIC 3000

Price (inc GST)

Member: $99
Non-member: $135

CPD Points

This event qualifies for one Continuing Professional Development (CPD) point.


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