SMSF Association backs new ministers

The SMSF Association has put on record that it welcomes new ministers Josh Frydenberg, Stuart Robert and Zed Seselja, and will work with Prime Minister Scott Morrison on key issues facing the superannuation sector.

Chief executive, John Maroney, said the Association looked forward to working closely with the ministers and discussing the FASEA reforms, the Royal Commission and the Productivity Commission report.

Maroney said the Association had dealt with Josh Frydenberg when he was Assistant Treasurer, and he was confident the new Treasurer would listen closely to their views.

Maroney also said the Association would update the ministers on their opposition to Labor’s franking credit proposal.

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