Super fund pension schemes powering structured products market in Australia

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Structured products benefit from pensions boost

While superannuation guarantee schemes commonly known as super funds have been running in Australia for 20 years, recent changes have allowed individual investors or groups of up to four people to take charge of their own funds, with structured products being among the investments of choice.  

In an added boost to the industry, super fund contributions are set to rise. In the 2013/14 financial year, Australian employers will need to contribute 12% of an employee's earnings rather than the

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