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We undertake evidence-based advocacy to influence public policy settings which ensure the best retirement outcomes for fund members.
ASFA is guided by seven policy principles which underpin and support the development of consistent policy.
The ASFA Policy team advocates for a sustainable system that improves equity, efficiency, confidence and adequacy. In doing so, we regularly lodge policy and technical submissions to government and regulators.
The ASFA research centre is the heart of our advocacy activities. Our research forms the basis of ASFA submissions and improves awareness of issues impacting the industry.
ASFA’s Best Practice Papers provide funds and service providers with information about an array of concepts, processes and methodologies to address relevant issues.
The ASFA Thomson Geer Regulatory Update is revised quarterly and keeps ASFA members informed of new legislation and policy and case law developments.
ASFA’s Policy Councils, made up of representatives from all industry sectors, drive and develop policy projects.
The Code sets standards that will provide greater understanding, clearer accountability and consistency of delivery for insurance benefits provided in super.