Correspondence to the Chairman of APRA

There is currently a proposal before the Parliament to give more powers to APRA in relation to the governance of large superannuation funds, however APRA fails to enforce important existing legislation such as the “equal representation rule” and the related “voting rule”.

The following letters have been sent to the Chairman of APRA in relation to this legislation.

APRA – 21 July 2015

APRA – 19 July 2015

A copy of the submission made to The Treasury in relation to the proposed legislation can be found here.

Superannuation Governance

Other recent letters sent to the Chairman of APRA relates to the failure to lodge an “approved form” with APRA so that a purported “successor fund transfer” could be approved by APRA.

Chairman of APRA -3 March 2015

The following letter was sent to the Chairman of APRA on 9 December 2013:APRA Chairman 9 Dec 2013

 

The following letter was sent to the Chairman of APRA on 9 December 2013:APRA Chairman 11 Dec 2013

 

The following letter was sent to the Chairman of APRA on 18 December 2013:APRA Chairman 18 Dec 2013

 

The following letter was sent to the Chairman of APRA on 29 December 2013:APRA Chairman 29 Dec 2013

 

The following letter was sent to the Chairman of APRA on 6 January 2014:APRA Chairman 6 Jan 2014

  The following letter was sent to the Chairman of APRA on 10 January 2014:APRA Chairman 10 Jan 2014

 

The following letter was sent to the Chairman of APRA on 16 January 2014:APRA Chairman 16 Jan 2014

 

The following letter was sent to the Chairman of APRA on 10 March 2014 (Part 1):APRA Chairman 10 Mar 2014

 

The following letter was sent to the Chairman of APRA on 11 March 2014 (Part 2):APRA Chairman 11 Mar 2014

 

The following letter was sent to the Chairman of APRA on 22 December 2014:APRA Chairman 29 Dec 2013

Attached to this letter was the following document:APRA Chairman – Proving the Fraud


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