investment controlling

Independent supervision

Super fund trustees need processes in place that guarantee members’ best interests. MAXIMILIAN ZIELINSKI says that operational safeguards are required to ensure the oversight function is fully independent and that conflicts of interest are removed. One solution might be to follow the Swiss financial industry model and its use of ‘investment controlling’ services.

The Royal Commission into Misconduct in the Banking, Superannuation and Financial Services Industry has revealed a broad range of structural problems within the Australian superannuation industry and raised questions as to whether super funds have been suitably concerned with members’ best interests…

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