If you’re an adviser who has anything to do with BDBNs, you NEED to know about this latest case of Narumon Pty Ltd from the Queensland Supreme Court which considered the rules relating to attorneys making BDBNs.

You can read the decision at https://www6.austlii.edu.au/cgi-bin/viewdoc/au/cases/qld/QSC/2018/185.html; but why would you do that when you can just watch my video which tells you everything you need to know?


If you want to brush up on powers of attorney, check out my previous post here: https://www.taralucke.com.au/what-is-a-power-of-attorney/

For all things binding death benefit nominations and reversionary pensions, check out my earlier posts at https://www.taralucke.com.au/to-bdbn-or-not-to-bdbn/ and https://www.taralucke.com.au/bdbn-versus-reversionary-pension/