Harry Chemay

Harry Chemay has more than two decades of experience across both wealth management and institutional asset consulting. An active participant within the wealth and superannuation space, Harry is a regular contributor to investment websites in Australia and overseas, writing on investing and financial planning. He has also been appointed an Australian ambassador to the Transparency Task Force, a UK-led initiative to bring greater transparency and accountability to financial services (transparencytaskforce.org/ttf_ambassadors/australia/). You can follow Harry on Twitter @HarryChemay.
Revolt in the Menzies land: frustrated voters deliver independent’s day

Revolt in the Menzies land: frustrated voters deliver independent’s day

It is no surprise, given the above, that females led the charge on the Community Independents movement. Theirs was ...
Forget the cash-splash for the poor, Josh’s Budget giveaway is super for the rich

Forget the cash-splash for the poor, Josh’s Budget giveaway is super for the rich

Tucked away in the maelstrom of Budget announcements is a measure which turns private pension funds into the ...
The Nouveau Poor – gender pay gap, super inequality stretched in pandemic

The Nouveau Poor – gender pay gap, super inequality stretched in pandemic

Sixty one. That’s the additional number of days women currently have to work in a financial year to earn as much ...
Hayne gets last laugh as “Your Future Your Super” laws deliver for small punters over big bank pals

Hayne gets last laugh as “Your Future Your Super” laws deliver for small punters over big bank pals

The new "Your Future, Your Super" legislation avoided the most egregious of changes proposed by the LNP ...
Snakes and Ladders: stimulus schemes and debt skew economy as property prices rocket

Snakes and Ladders: stimulus schemes and debt skew economy as property prices rocket

Are the raft of housing stimulus schemes, low interest rates and relaxed lending rules for banks playing well for ...
Assuming employers will lift wages in place of rise in superannuation levy is a triumph of hope over experience

Assuming employers will lift wages in place of rise in superannuation levy is a triumph of hope over experience

The government sat on a report into the retirement income system for four months because it was so politically ...
Worst on Ground: retirees lose as major parties reject ‘Best in Show’ for super funds

Worst on Ground: retirees lose as major parties reject ‘Best in Show’ for super funds

A key recommendation of the Productivity Commission was for a Best in Show list of the top super funds. The sector ...
Snouts in the superannuation trough: turbo-charging Paul Keating’s legacy

Snouts in the superannuation trough: turbo-charging Paul Keating’s legacy

Three million Australians have applied for early release of super, with $30 billion already paid out and more than ...
HomeBuilder: a sneaky plan for the Coalition’s franking credits crew to collar the pension?

HomeBuilder: a sneaky plan for the Coalition’s franking credits crew to collar the pension?

Is the Morrison Government's HomeBuilder scheme another case of pork-barrelling which targets the Liberal base? ...
Emergency piggy-bank: superannuation’s Achilles heel exposed by virus

Emergency piggy-bank: superannuation’s Achilles heel exposed by virus

If this was the first time Australia’s cosseted superannuation sector found itself in a crisis-induced crunch, you ...
How #FrankingCredits delivered victory to Boomers over own kids

How #FrankingCredits delivered victory to Boomers over own kids

Should Gen Y and Gen X be punished for an ill-considered tax loophole invented by Howard to snag retirees’ votes? ...

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