Media releases

2021

Superannuation assets reach all time high in 2020

The Morrison Government welcomes the release of December quarter 2020 superannuation data by the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA).

Reuniting Australians with more lost superannuation

The Morrison Government has today passed legislation through the House of Representatives that will reunite Australians with more of their lost superannuation.

Protecting Australians from hidden costs

The Morrison Government has today passed legislation that will further protect Australian households from hidden fees and unexpected expenses.

Morrison Government’s Digital Identity system helps over 2 million people access online services simply, safely and securely

More than 2 million Australians have created a ‘myGovID’ Digital Identity to prove who they are when accessing online services, following the Morrison Government’s $256.6 million investment as part

Review of the Australian Financial Complaints Authority

The Morrison Government has released a terms of reference for the review of the Australian Financial Complaints Authority (AFCA), and is seeking stakeholder feedback on its functions and performanc

Your Future, Your Super reforms introduced into parliament

The Morrison Government has today introduced legislation into parliament to ensure the superannuation system works harder for all Australians.

Funding unlocked for boarding house for Indigenous students

The Morrison-McCormack Government is providing $10 million of funding to construct a boarding house which will enable 40 Indigenous school students to access the best in secondary education at a ra

Financial advice sector reforms for better retirement

The Morrison Government is committed to strengthening the financial advice sector and providing consumers with better access to affordable and high quality finan

2020

Inquiry into Future Directions for the Consumer Data Right

Today, the Morrison Government is pleased to release the Report of the Inquiry into Future Directions for the Consumer Data Right, which looked at how Australia’s world-class data sharing