The Productivity Commission has started the journey to understanding how the superannuation system can deliver sustainable retirement incomes. This session looks at how to deliver clear objectives that cater to diverse circumstances of retirees, especially as the economy and financial markets experience extreme strain. The session considers the immediate challenges with unemployment, early access to super and the advice gap as anxieties mount.

Speakers: Nick Callil, head of retirement solutions, Australia, Willis Towers Watson and Dante De Gori, chief executive, Financial Planning Association
Moderator: Matt Smith, director of retail content, Conexus Financial 
Length: 42 mins

Take the QUIZ to earn your CPD points

Question 1
* Approximately how many members does the Financial Planning Association of Australia have?
Question 2
* What message does Dante De Gori have for product providers commencing to roll out their processes ahead of July 1 financial advice regulatory changes?
Question 3
* How many standards are established in the financial adviser Code of Ethics?
Question 4
* Why don’t most superannuation funds have the bank details of their members?
Question 5
* How likely does Dante De Gori think it is that the July 1 regulatory changes to financial planning – including the shift to annual opt-ins – will go ahead as planned at that date?

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