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People signing paperwork QSuper on a mission to make a difference for members

QSuper’s Head of Technical Advice, Lyn Melcer, challenges everyone to consider where they can make a difference.

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First nations lady with a relaxed smile QSuper: a fund where every member matters

Working hard to give all Australians access to super is a QSuper commitment.

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QSuper and Sunsuper merger update Integration planning FAQs: Executive appointments announcement

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.

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QSuper and Sunsuper merger update Integration planning Merged fund executives announced

QSuper and Sunsuper have signed a Heads of Agreement to confirm our intention to merge and create a $200 billion superannuation fund open to all Australians. Bernard Reilly, future CEO of the merged fund, announced appointments to the executive team. 

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office workers How you can be ready for stapling

3 steps for employers to be ready for ‘stapling’

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Truck on highway QSuper invests in US trucking depot chain

QSuper has further expanded its global footprint with a $150 million investment in American trucking depots.

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Snr couple having breakfast and doing bills Your super in 2021: What’s changed?

See the important changes to superannuation that came into effect from 1 July 2021.

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Young couple at laptop Why long-term performance is a key factor for your super

A super fund’s long-term performance is important to a member’s retirement

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Juiced TV Nurse navigates course for family after horse riding fall

Nurse navigator Kate Trenoweth has been the shining light for a Kingaroy family following their eight-year-old’s critical horse-riding incident.

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Kids taking part in the QSuper reading challenge QSuper’s reading challenge: a window to adventure and prizes

Queensland students urged to nominate their favourite books in the QSuper Top 5 Book Challenge, part of the Premier’s Reading Challenge, with great prizes up for grabs.

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