Super group members named

Bill Shorten has revealed the members of a group chosen to write a charter for an independent umpire of the $1.5 trillion superannuation sector. The five-member group will create a charter to guide a new council set up to evaluate proposed changes to super. Mr Shorten, the Superannuation and Financial Services Minister, said the members would be Australian Prudential Regulation Authority deputy chairman Ross Jones; the former head of MLC Steve Tucker; Jeremy Cooper, chairman of financial services firm Challenger; Elana Rubin, recently a chairman of AustralianSuper; and Alan H. Goldberg, QC. Madeleine Heffernan

Bill Shorten has revealed the members of a group chosen to write a charter for an independent umpire of the $1.5 trillion superannuation sector. The five-member group will create a charter to guide a new council set up to evaluate proposed changes to super. Mr Shorten, the Superannuation and Financial Services Minister, said the members would be Australian Prudential Regulation Authority deputy chairman Ross Jones; the former head of MLC Steve Tucker; Jeremy Cooper, chairman of financial services firm Challenger; Elana Rubin, recently a chairman of AustralianSuper; and Alan H. Goldberg, QC.