About this Seminar
This Keynote Address was filmed on the 20th of March 2019 at the STEP NSW Branch Seminar. The duration of the presentation is 1 hour.
This conference covers:
- The Supreme Court of Queensland, in the recent case of Re Narumon, has resolved the longstanding uncertainty as to whether an enduring attorney can make, confirm or amend a binding death benefit nomination on behalf of their principal.
- What if one or more of the nominees under the BDBN is an attorney? How are potential or actual conflicts dealt with?
- If there is an ineffective amendment of a fund deed, can the trustee execute a 'deed of ratification and variation' to cure the error?
- What should an SMSF trustee do when fund documentation is missing and no copy can be found?
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