These are uncertain times. As Australia’s largest industry fund, we provide superannuation advice and retirement solutions to 780,000^ members. We’ll keep doing whatever we can to support you and your future. The more we support each other, the better off we all are.

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Here are some of the ways we’re helping today

  1. Lower fees for retirees

    If you’ve recently retired, or are planning to soon, you might be rightly concerned about your income. Right now, our low fees# mean we’re one of the most competitive funds in market.

    And as the largest member owned retirement provider in the market managing over $25 billion in retirement assets.  With over 25 years experience and over 220 advice specialists; we’re here to help you decide how much you’ll need and how to make the most of your retirement income. 

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  2. Free access to financial education webinars

    Whether you’re concerned about your super or your retirement plans, we’re here to help. We’re now offering free public webinars with information necessary to help you make the best possible financial decisions at this time.

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  3. Making sound investments to manage risk

    These are tough times, we’re here to help secure your future.  Our investment team of over 70 people closely monitor the markets. And by diversifying our investments, they’ll continue to manage risk at this time.  This keeps your super protected from falling markets, and ready to take advantage when they turn.

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^ Member numbers as at 7 April 2020.
# Chant West Pension Fee Survey, December 2019.
* Our growth and balanced growth options delivered an average return of 7.02% per annum and 6.29% per annum over the past ten years for the period ending 31 March 2020 and ranked within the top 10 funds of the SR50 Balanced (60-76) Index and SuperRatings' SR 25 Conservative Balanced (41-59) index. Investment returns are not guaranteed. Past performance is not indicative of future performance.