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Socrates’ question is central to developing an understanding of governance, professionalism, leadership and ethics. It is a very practical, action-oriented question whose answer requires self-reflection and justification.

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New rules for listing of default funds are anti competitive

Posted on Aug 13th, 2013 - By Barry Rafe - 0 Comments

So here's an interesting question. Why do we need to list default funds if we have the MySuper regime and stronger governance? I have been told by…

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Member best interest – who and what

Posted on Jul 1st, 2013 - By Barry Rafe - 0 Comments

Member best interest - who and what Trustees of super funds are required to make decisions in the member's best interest (MBI). So, who is the…

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The business judgement rule for trustees

Posted on Jun 20th, 2013 - By Barry Rafe - 4 Comments

In a recent blog I proposed the idea that the trustees of superannuation funds could demonstrate independence of mind by using the framework offered…

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Trustee: Independence of mind and the business judgement rule

Posted on Jun 8th, 2013 - By Barry Rafe - 0 Comments

  Trustee: Independence of mind and the business judgement rule. APRA’s new governance standards for superannuation funds apply from 1…

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