This $10 billion fund was custom-built to work with Australia’s motor trades and associated industries, and was one of the first in Australia to have publicly available whistleblower and conflicts of interest policies.
Statewide Super has always been known as an innovator, which is why it was one of the first super funds to disclose its major shareholdings.
The REST super fund started in 1988 to serve employees in the retail sector. So how does it compare with the market index?
IOOF Employer Super has mastered the art of being both a full-service adviser-supported platform and an investor-focused super fund.
Critics sometimes point to the Future Fund as a guide for how trustees should manage super funds. So how would the Future Fund stack up as a super fund?
This week Rainmaker have slected CareSuper’s MySuper option as our Where to invest fund of the week. This super fund is known as a quiet achiever.
This week Money asks Rainmaker where to invest. Their pick is the First State Super MySuper option for consistent returns.
UniSuper is Australia’s fifth largest superannuation fund and one of the most innovative and consistently strong performers.
AustralianSuper may be Australia’s biggest fund but what makes it stand out most is its consistent investment performance.
HESTA has been operating since 1987 and now looks after $34 billion on behalf of about 800,000 members. So how do they stack up?