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Today APRA released the MySuper Product Heatmap – December 2020. APRA has advised that in the 12 months since the first heatmap was published 10 million MySuper members are paying less in total fees and costs and an estimated $408 million saving in total fees and costs has been achieved. In a recent speech APRA Deputy Chair Helen Rowell said that the heatmap “paints a picture of a MySuper sector that is generally delivering sound outcomes to members, but with much room for improvement and some areas of concern”. Helen Rowell confirmed that no changes were made to this year’s heatmap in response to the federal Budget announcements. However, for the 2021 version APRA are considering a range of enhancements, including using a wider arrange of asset class indices in benchmark portfolios and “stitching” of investment performance. APRA has also released an accompanying insights paper.