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About QSuper

QSuper is one of Australia’s oldest and largest super funds and our members always come first. Because QSuper is a profit-for-members fund, members can be assured that we’re working in their best interests, not someone else’s.

We are committed to increasing the financial wellbeing of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, which is why we partner with First Nations Foundation. QSuper focuses on improving financial literacy, promoting cultural awareness, and increasing access to superannuation services and potential benefits.

Partnering to Support You

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Practically aiding your financial wellbeing

Our members are at the heart of everything we do.

QSuper believes in investing in partnerships and education that aims to improve the wellbeing and financial literacy of our members and broader communities.

That’s why we travel to remote communities to listen to residents’ needs and help connect more people with superannuation, no matter what the postcode.

We travel to APY Lands, the Aṉangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara region in the remote northwest corner of South Australia, and remote communities across Queensland.

Our members are at the heart of everything we do.

QSuper believes in investing in partnerships and education that aims to improve the wellbeing and financial literacy of our members and broader communities.

Our trip to Lockhart River on the east coast of Cape York Peninsula and our focus on lost accounts in Far North Queensland resulted in members being reunited with more than $2.8 million in lost super.

Since July 2019, trips to four Queensland Indigenous communities of Thursday Island, Doomadgee, Yarrabah and Bamaga saw remote members reconnect with more than $1 million in super.

That’s why we travel to remote communities to listen to residents’ needs and help connect more people with superannuation, no matter what the postcode.

We travel to APY Lands, the Aṉangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara region in the remote northwest corner of South Australia, and remote communities across Queensland.

Our trip to Lockhart River on the east coast of Cape York Peninsula and our focus on lost accounts in Far North Queensland resulted in members being reunited with more than $2.8 million in lost super.

Since July 2019, trips to four Queensland Indigenous communities of Thursday Island, Doomadgee, Yarrabah and Bamaga saw remote members reconnect with more than $1 million in super.

Big Super Day Out

QSuper is committed to helping to improve the retirement outcomes of Indigenous Australians. We are proud to be an impact partner of indigenoussuper.com.au.  We have supported and participated in Big Super Day Out with First Nations Foundation in Brisbane, Cairns and Cape York to help Indigenous Australians connect with their super.

QSuper’s Reflect Reconciliation Action Plan

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Our Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) demonstrates our dedication to advancing reconciliation in Australia. 

Our RAP focuses on improving financial literacy, promoting cultural awareness, and increasing access to superannuation services and potential benefits. We deliver practical actions that can help build stronger relationships and enhance the financial wellbeing of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders.

We also continue working to support Indigenous Australians through relationships with the Australian Securities and Investment Commission’s Indigenous Outreach Program, the Queensland Department of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Partnerships, and the Australian Institute for Superannuation Trustees Indigenous Working Group, which is focused on how to improve superannuation outcomes for Indigenous people. 

Click HERE to download QSuper’s Reflect Reconciliation Action Plan.

Our Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) demonstrates our dedication to advancing reconciliation in Australia. 

Our RAP focuses on improving financial literacy, promoting cultural awareness, and increasing access to superannuation services and potential benefits. We deliver practical actions that can help build stronger relationships and enhance the financial wellbeing of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders.

We also continue working to support Indigenous Australians through relationships with the Australian Securities and Investment Commission’s Indigenous Outreach Program, the Queensland Department of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Partnerships, and the Australian Institute for Superannuation Trustees Indigenous Working Group, which is focused on how to improve superannuation outcomes for Indigenous people. 

Click HERE to download QSuper’s Reflect Reconciliation Action Plan.

Helping You Connect With Your Super

QSuper has been working towards improving retirement outcomes for all our members by removing, where possible, barriers to access us and their superannuation.

For example, we utilise the AUSTRAC identification guidelines for people including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, which allows for more flexible types of ID to be used where more typical forms, such as a driver’s licence or passport, are not available. 

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Important information

This is general information only, using sources that we believe are reliable and accurate at the time of publication. Product issued by the QSuper Board (ABN 32 125 059 006, AFSL 489650) as trustee for QSuper (ABN 60 905 115 063). Consider the PDS on the QSuper website to see whether QSuper is right for you.

Any advice given is general only and is provided by QInvest Limited (ABN 35 063 511 580, AFSL 238274), without taking into account your personal objectives, financial situation, or needs. Refer to the Financial Services Guide (FSG) for more information. © QSuper Board

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