Published on 07 Oct 21
by NATIONAL DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE
This presentation covers:
- Why the calls for change?
- Superannuation Taxes and Concessions
- The Age Pension and means-testing
- Retirees today and tomorrow
- Policy changes which could be politically acceptable.
Michael is an Actuary, and founder of Rice Warner in 1987, its business was recently sold to Deloitte. During his career, he specialised in providing strategic advice to all types of entities within the superannuation industry. He has a keen interest in public policy work and headed the team which undertook Rice Warner’s detailed modelling and submissions to major government inquiries. He has undertaken considerable work in the integration of social security and superannuation as well as measuring the adequacy of retirement incomes overall and specifically for females. He was the inaugural Chairman of QSuper’s Investment Committee from January 2009 to June 2013 and remained an independent investment expert on the committee until March 2016. He is a former Councillor of the Actuaries Institute and has participated in its public policy work for 30 years. Michael is also a member of the Advisory Board of the ANU College of Business and Economics. Michael was named Actuary of the Year in 2017 and was made an Officer of the Order of Australia in 2020 for his “distinguished service to business and economics, particularly to the actuarial profession, and through advisory roles.”
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16 September 2021