Our attention turns this week to what is most Australian’s second biggest asset, Superannuation.
Super means a lot things to every Australian. For some it’s a tax efficient long term savings vehicle that if managed well can provide security and reassurance that retirement will be comfortable and reliable. For others it is an annoying, mandated deduction of their hard earned wages, robbing them of current opportunities and lifestyle. Today we discuss its merits and room for improvement, as well as the distortions it creates in investment markets as a result of constant inflows of funds into them.
In today’s investment webinar MB Fund’s Head of Investments Damien Klassen, Chief Economist Leith Van Onselen, Head of Advice Tim Fuller, Head of Operations Shelley George and Dr Cameron Murray cover off on if Superannuation is distorting investment markets
You can find Cameron’s referenced work here
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