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Superannuation experts have their say

Read commentary from leading Australian superannuation experts:

  • Michael Rice, Chief Executive Officer, Rice Warner - SMSF market share projections
  • Andrew Inwood, Founder and Principal, CoreData - The ageing SMSF client base
  • Eva Scheerlinck, Chief Executive Officer, AIST - Regulatory issues facing SMSFs
  • John Maroney, Chief Executive Officer, SMSF Association - Appropriateness of SMSFs for Australians
  • Melinda Howes, General Manager - Superannuation, BT Financial Group - SMSF insights and opportunities

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