Minister for Financial Services and Superannuation
The first Minister for Superannuation and Corporate Law was Nick Sherry, appointed following the Labor Party's win at the 2007 election. The ministry was administered through the Department of the Treasury.
List of Ministers for Financial Services and Superannuation
The following individuals have been appointed as Minister for Financial Services and Superannuation, or any precedent titles:
|Order||Minister||Party affiliation||Prime Minister||Ministerial title||Term start||Term end||Term in office|
|1||Nick Sherry||Labor||Rudd||Minister for Superannuation and Corporate Law||3 December 2007||9 June 2009||1 year, 188 days|
|2||Chris Bowen||Minister for Financial Services, Superannuation and Corporate Law||9 June 2009||24 June 2010||1 year, 97 days|
|Gillard||24 June 2010||14 September 2010|
|3||Bill Shorten||Minister for Financial Services and Superannuation||14 September 2010||27 June 2013||2 years, 290 days|
|Rudd||27 June 2013||1 July 2013|
|4||David Bradbury||Minister Assisting for Financial Services and Superannuation||27 June 2013||18 September 2013||83 days|
- Treasurer of Australia
- Minister for Competition Policy and Consumer Affairs (Australia)
- Minister for Finance and Deregulation (Australia)
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