The day-long event drew on attendees’ broad expertise to discuss what is becoming an increasingly important part of investors’ portfolios.
It’s easy to joke about retiring in luxury - sooner, rather than later - but the reality of post work life is much more complex.
The launch of Griffith’s Centre for Personal Finance and Superannuation (GCPFS) comes at a time when Australians are weighing up the potential implications of the country’s newly established retirement age of 70.
Griffith University Professor Michael Drew’s reputation as a worldwide authority on superannuation will see the academic present at a highly prestigious global retirement symposium in New York from April 29-30.
Griffith Business School has joined forces with CSIRO for the launch of a new $9 million research program involving CSIRO and four universities, linking science and superannuation. Professor Michael Drew and Associate Professor Robert Bianchi from Griffith’s Department of Accounting, Finance and Economics are in Melbourne tonight (Thursday) for the official launch of the CSIRO-Monash […]