Events of the last week show why the banking royal commission needs to be extended until the superannuation sector is cleaned up.
Good morning, early birds. My Health Record's capability to store DNA data is under serious interrogation. Plus, it's a big week for the superannuation market. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.
Yet again, industry super funds have dominated the ranks of the best superannuation performers. What on earth are the big banks doing?
The government and big business have lost their war on behalf of retail superannuation. Are they now thinking of destroying the entire system?
For all his power, there are certain truths Malcolm Turnbull can't admit for fear of infuriating the right.
For evidence of why you shouldn't let political ideologues comment on complex policy issues, look no further than Paul Kelly struggling, and failing, to analyse the Productivity Commission's superannuation report.
The Productivity Commission's vision for superannuation is very far from the one the government and the big banks have been hoping for.
The biggest rip-off in financial services is the huge fees charged by retail superannuation funds, which flow to the big banks and AMP for delivering poorer performance.