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Winning SuperRatings Pension of the Year 2019 is another reason our members can enjoy right now, knowing they'll be right later.
At QSuper, we are honoured to be recognised by awards. More important though is the tremendous honour and responsibility we have as custodians of our members’ retirement savings. Awards are a validation that we are succeeding for you.
QSuper has just been awarded SuperRatings1 Pension of the Year 2019; recognition that we have gone above and beyond in delivering value and securing the retirement objectives of our members.
“It is a particular honour to accept this award because it is at retirement when our members, perhaps, rely on us more than at any other point,” said QSuper Chief Executive Officer, Michael Pennisi.
“The trust that our members place in us as custodians of their retirement savings is something we take very seriously.”
SuperRatings’ awards recognise the very best of the best within Australia’s superannuation industry. Each fund’s value proposition is examined, from investment performance to fees to member servicing, to determine which funds are truly delivering for their members.
The Pension of the Year 2019 award is awarded to the fund with the best value for money pension offering.
“The past twelve months have been significant for us, as we opened our doors to all Australians and began welcoming new members and employers to the Fund for the first time in our 100-year history. We have been humbled by the positive response from them and our long-standing members.
“In our view, QSuper belongs to our members, and we are constantly looking to drive value for them. We thank SuperRatings again for this honour, and for the recognition that we remain on the right track as we continue working as hard as our members do.” Mr Pennisi said.
1 Awarded SuperRatings 2019 Pension of the Year on 30 October 2018. SuperRatings does not issue, sell, guarantee or underwrite this product. Go to www.superratings.com.au for details of its ratings criteria. Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future performance. Ratings, awards or investment returns are only one factor that you should consider when deciding how to invest your super.
2 QSuper Income account – this product is 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. © QSuper Board 2018.
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