About this inquiry

On 10 November 2016, the Senate referred the provisions of the Superannuation (Objective) Bill 2016 to the Economics Legislation Committee for inquiry and report by 14 February 2017.

Submissions closed on 31 December 2016.



Past Public Hearings

06 Feb 2017: Canberra, ACT

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Inquiry Status

Report tabled

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Submissions

Submissions received by the Committee

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1Mr Bruce Cole (PDF 39 KB) 
2Ms Frances McGee (PDF 321 KB) 
3Drew, Walk & Co.  (PDF 97 KB) 
4Ms Su Johnson (PDF 6 KB) 
5Mr Ashley Holmes (PDF 61 KB) 
6CDI Consulting Pty Ltd (PDF 81 KB) 
7SMSF Owners' Alliance (PDF 474 KB) 
8National Foundation for Australian Women (NFAW) (PDF 461 KB)  Attachment 1 (PDF 731 KB) 
9Mr Phillip Sweeney (PDF 763 KB) 
10The Tax Institute (PDF 550 KB) 
11Dixon Advisory (PDF 686 KB) 
12Australian Council of Trade Unions (PDF 103 KB)  Attachment 1 (PDF 244 KB) 
13Industry Super Australia (PDF 357 KB)  Attachment 1 (PDF 410 KB)  Attachment 2 (PDF 239 KB) 
14BT Financial Group (PDF 148 KB) 
15Association of Independent Retirees (PDF 364 KB) 
16Corporate Superannuation Association (PDF 2871 KB) 
17Anglicare Australia (PDF 353 KB) 
18Victims of Financial Fraud Incorporated (PDF 87 KB) 
19Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand (PDF 320 KB) 
20Mercer (PDF 231 KB) 

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