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Australian Retirement Trust is the super fund formed through the merger of QSuper and Sunsuper.
We’re one of Australia’s largest super funds and proud to take care of over $200 billion in retirement savings for more than two million members. As a fund that works for members, not shareholders, we work in members’ best interests, and are committed to returning profits to them as lower fees and better services.
Whether our members are starting out their working life, already retired, or somewhere in between, we’ll help guide them to help ensure they feel secure, confident and protected. We’ll leverage our size and scale to help make our members’ world better, seeking out investments to grow their superannuation savings and maximise their retirement income.
Following the merger, all QSuper and Sunsuper members are now a part of Australian Retirement Trust and all Australians can join Australian Retirement Trust.
The QSuper brand is a part of Australian Retirement Trust, dedicated to providing superannuation products and services to Queensland Government employees and their families.
Australian Retirement Trust’s focus is on working for members, not shareholders, aiming to deliver strong long-term investment returns, and providing the tools and advice to help members feel on top of their super.
As an employer, you won’t notice any changes to the way that you make contributions, contact us, receive information, or to the services we provide you.
You’ll continue to enjoy:
For your staff who are existing QSuper members, there are no changes to their investments, insurance, fees, or account details.
Read answers to frequently asked questions or visit our merger information hub
QSuper is on track to merge with Sunsuper after essential legislation passes Queensland parliament.
Following the Heads of Agreement to pursue a merger and the announcement of a CEO and Board to oversee the merged fund, Bernard Reilly, CEO of the merged fund, has announced appointments to the executive team.
Along with a Heads of Agreement to pursue a merger, the Trustees of QSuper and Sunsuper have announced a CEO and Board to oversee the merged fund.
A super fund’s long-term performance is important to a member’s retirement