AustralianSuper - Industry Super Fund
ASIAL and AustralianSuper have joined forces to give members access to a super fund that offers low fees, a strong long-term investment returns record, suitable investment options and low-cost death and disability insurance cover.
AustralianSuper is run only to profit its members as it does not pay shareholder dividends or commissions to financial advisers. AustralianSuper, Australia’s largest industry super fund, offers members the following key benefits and services:
• Easy administration for employers;
• Low fees;
• Sixteen investment options, including the Balanced fund default option, to suit all individual risk profiles, with strong investment performance over the long term;
• Competitive insurance rates for your automatic cover that provides you and your family with financial security in the event of illness, injury or death;
• Flexible options to allow you to change your insurance cover to suit your individual circumstances;
• Assistance to help consolidate your other super funds if you decide that suits your circumstances;
• A comprehensive website so you can view your account details online, which also includes information and forms available for downloading in a diverse range of other languages including Arabic, Chinese, Croatian, Greek, Italian, Macedonian, Spanish, Turkish and Vietnamese.
For more information and assistance, visit www.australiansuper.com or call 1300 300 273.
This information has been provided by AustralianSuper. This document is of a general nature and does not take into account your personal objectives, situation or needs. Before making a decision about AustralianSuper, consider your financial requirements and read our Product Disclosure Statement, available at www.australiansuper.com/FormsPublications or by calling 1300 300 273. AustralianSuper Pty Ltd ABN 94 006 457 987 AFSL 233788, Trustee of AustralianSuper ABN 65 714 394 898. ‘Industry Superfund’ logo used with permission of Industry Fund Services (IFS). This consent had not been withdrawn at the date of publication. Past performance gives no indication of future returns.