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Financial markets across the world continue to be heavily impacted by the Coronavirus pandemic. To get the latest insights on what this means for your super, we invited members to a special online broadcast where they could ask questions in real time.
The QSuper Market Insight online broadcast was hosted by Chief Investment Officer Charles Woodhouse on 15 April, providing an opportunity for members to learn how QSuper’s long-term investment strategy is designed to weather the ups and downs of market conditions.
Mr Woodhouse discussed the current investment climate, the latest updates on QSuper’s performance, strategy and the opportunities within the market, both now and in the months to come.
The online broadcast gave members the opportunity to ask questions in real time about the market conditions, QSuper’s strategy and current investment focus.
At QSuper, we’re committed to keeping you updated on the latest superannuation changes and aim to help improve your financial wellbeing.
While many QSuper staff are now working from their homes, payments, transactions, services and investments are continuing as usual, just as they have for over 100 years.
As we work with you through this pandemic, it’s important to remember that your super is a big deal – not a one-year deal. We’re here to support you throughout.
Your super is a big deal, not a one-year deal. Learn about long-term investments
Your super is a big deal, not a one-year deal.
These rules aim to protect Australians’ superannuation balances from being eroded by unwanted insurance premiums.
Returns from cash are now expected to move lower and could likely become slightly negative