Australian Catholic Superannuation is the largest Catholic super fund in Australia. As an industry super fund, the fund returns profits to members and provides superannuation, retirement income streams and financial planning services for all Australians.
Australian Catholic Superannuation has more than 90,000 members, 15,000 employers and holds more than $7Bn in Funds Under Management (FUM).
AustralianSuper manages more than $140 billion of members’ retirement savings on behalf of more than 2.2 million members from around 270,000 businesses. AustralianSuper is the nation’s largest superannuation fund.
CareSuper is an industry super fund that was established in 1986 to look after super for office-based employees. Today, the fund is the largest industry fund specialising in super for people engaged in professional, managerial, administrative and service occupations across all business sectors.
CareSuper currently has more than 230,000 members and manages over $16Bn in total assets.
Catholic Super began in 1971 to benefit teachers and staff in Catholic schools. Since then, the fund has grown to represent all Australians. At its core, the fund is there to grow and protect the financial futures of more than 68,000 members.
In 2019, the fund created a joint venture with Equip Super to become a major super trustee that represents over 137,000 members and overseeing over $28Bn under management.
Cbus is the leading industry super fund for the construction, building and allied industries. As one of Australia’s largest super funds, Cbus is passionate about providing strong retirement outcomes for members and helping employers manage their business superannuation needs.Established in 1984, Cbus is run only to maximise returns to members, and not profit to shareholders. As at 30 June 2021, CBUS manages the retirement savings of more than 775,000 members and $65Bn in funds under management.
Christian Super is an Australian superannuation fund with 30,000 members and around $2 billion in funds under management. The fund’s mission is to equip members to faithfully steward their finances and enable them to have a purposeful retirement. The fund invests ethically in line with Christian values and are world leaders in impact investing, with around 10% of funds in projects that have a measurable social or environmental impact as well as a financial return.
Club Plus Super was established in 1987 for employees of registered and licensed clubs. As of 1 July 2020, the fund had over 65,000 members across Australia, more than $2.76bn under management and is open for all investors no matter what type of employment they are in.
On 1 December 2021, Club Plus Super will merge with AustralianSuper through a Successor Fund Transfer.
Energy Super is proudly part of LGIAsuper, managing more than $24 billion in retirement savings on behalf of around 123,000 members (as at 1July 2021).
With low fees and strong track record of consistent returns, the fund has been recognised as a ‘best value for money’ fund and offer leading superannuation products and services to employees of the energy industry.
LUCRF Super was established in 1978. Today the fund manages more than $7.4 billion in assets for over 132,000 hard-working Australians. As an industry fund, the fund is run only to benefit members and exists to help members achieve financial dignity, now and in retirement.
Maritime Super was established on 1 March 2009 as a result of the merger between two maritime industry super funds, the Stevedoring Employees Retirement Fund (SERF) and the Seafarers Retirement Fund (SRF). Continuing the tradition of providing comprehensive superannuation and retirement services to its members, Maritime Super is the largest super fund of its kind for maritime workers, helping members and their families and friends achieve financial security and dignity in retirement.
Media Super is the industry super fund dedicated to the print, media, entertainment, arts and creative industries. The fund has a proven track record of strong returns and low fees, and a unique understanding of members needs.
Media Super is scheduled to finalise a merger with CBUS by late 2021.
MyLife MySuper is part of an Australian industry superannuation fund, managing over $10.7 billion for over 68,000 members and over 10,000 employers (as at March 2021). Since 1971, MyLife MySuper has provided support and guidance for its members, including financial planning, the transition to retirement, pensions and insurance. MyLife MySuper provides these services so members can achieve financial peace of mind throughout their lives.
NGS Super was established in the late 1980s as an industry fund for teachers in independent schools. They were humble beginnings, both for the super industry and the fund. With less than $1 million under management and just one investment option when NGS began, the fund has grown significantly over the last 3 decades but has always remained dedicated to members and their retirement outcomes.
As at 30 June 2020, NGS Super held $11.46Bn in Funds Under Management (FUM) and almost 115,000 members.
Prime Super is a high-performing fund with a history of strong returns to members. Prime Super manages over $6.2 billion in retirement savings for members who work in industries including agriculture, health, aged care, education and recruitment. Prime Super’s boutique size means the fund is able to deliver personalised customer service to over 124,000 people who the fund is proud to call members. Prime Super has a strong connection with regional Australia. The Fund was formed in 1996 through the amalgamation of four rural super funds and renamed Prime Super in 2006.
Established in 1988, Rest is amongst the largest funds by membership. For over 30 years, Rest has been looking after hardworking Australians and their super. We use our size and expertise to deliver long-term investment performance to over 1.8m members (as at June 2021).
Statewide Super is privileged to service 150,000 members, 29,000 employers and manage over $11.6 billion in funds under management, as at 30 September 2021. As an industry fund, Statewide Super welcomes new members, regardless of location or industry.
TWUSUPER was established in 1984 as the national super fund for Australia’s transport industry workers. As an industry super fund, all TWUSUPER profits are returned to members, not shareholders, and no commissions are paid to financial advisers.
UniSuper began with a single, compelling idea: we can deliver better value. We’re now one of Australia’s largest super funds, with more than 450,000 members and over $100 billion in funds under management.
We’re passionate about securing the future of our members, sharing in a wealth of wisdom and collective know-how.
We empower our members to be confident about their future and make better financial decisions.