Superannuation Law & Financial Services

The highly complex and constantly evolving regulatory landscape in the financial services sector presents myriad regulatory and compliance challenges to those who operate within it.

Our highly skilled team supports various leading superannuation funds in Australia to navigate these challenges.  Our clients include industry, retail and corporate funds and exempt public sector schemes.  We also support ancillary service providers, and also employers who need advice on how to meet their superannuation obligations.

We have excellent working relationships with key sector regulators including the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA), the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) and the Australian Taxation Office (ATO).

Our team’s superlative knowledge of the regulatory framework, coupled with our deep industry expertise and experience, means we are ideally positioned to provide commercially adept advice and support to our clients.

Related News & Insights

Super Alert – 18 June 2021


Posted By on 18/06/21 at 1:58 PM

Welcome to the latest issue of the KHQ Super Alert. Several superannuation Bills have been passed this week including the significant Your Future, Your Super reforms. Parliament has also amended the ‘bring forward’ rules for non-concessional contributions, set the new interest rate for family law splits and made changes to the AML/CTF Rules. Parliament – … Read more

Super Alert – 11 June 2021


Posted By on 11/06/21 at 4:11 PM

Welcome to the latest issue of the KHQ Super Alert. This week the ATO released an updated ‘roadmap’ of changes to come for the superannuation industry, and information for trustees about its ‘Super Enquiry Service’. APRA also published further guidance for trustees to get ready for APRA Connect.  ATO – Updated industry changes roadmap On … Read more

SUPER ALERT – 4 JUNE 2021


Posted By on 4/06/21 at 3:56 PM

Welcome to the latest issue of the KHQ Super Alert. This week the government announced it would extend the temporary changes to minimum pension drawdown rates for another year. Treasury commenced consultation in relation to some family law matters, and the Your Future, Your Super Bill will now move to the Senate after the House … Read more