Opinion

KiwiSaver providers await final default call

David Chaplin
Wed, 05 May 2021

It's finally crunch time for KiwiSaver default providers
David Chaplin
Wed, 05 May 2021
One day, maybe next week, the third of the seven-yearly KiwiSaver default dramas will conclude in a series of emotionally charged emails and tweets.Not really. The communications will be stripped-back, lawyered-up, PR-rinsed and definitely not designed for distribution on social media channels. Finance minister Grant Robertson may regret to inform the losers or congratulate the winners with instructions enclosed: pick up your assets here; please drop off your used members there.After passing through three selection rounds over 14 year...

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