Australian super funds to disclose holdings from 2022 in government transparency push

The new rules come after landmark McVeigh v REST settlement established stricter expectations on disclosure

Members of Australian workplace superannuation funds will be able to see how their savings have been invested from next year, under regulations unveiled by the government yesterday. 

The new disclosure rules will require funds to report information relating to the identity, value …

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