VicSuper joins forces with industry on financial wellbeing and inclusion

We've joined forces with 30 leading Australian businesses in the Financial Inclusion Action Plan (FIAP) Trailblazer community.

FIAP is a collaborative, cross sectoral, national program which guides organisations in the development of an action plan that drives financial wellbeing and inclusion. The program is facilitated by Good Shepherd Microfinance and is funded by the Australian Government. The FIAP program helps the Government to meet its G20 obligations, National Financial Literacy Strategy objectives and the UN Sustainable Development Goals.

“VicSuper has a long history of delivering financial advice, education and support to our members, their families and their local communities. We are looking forward to collaborating with the great minds in the FIAP network to drive meaningful outcomes in the areas of financial wellbeing, literacy and inclusion” said Michael Dundon, VicSuper CEO.
VicSuper has formally made a commitment to drive financial wellbeing outcomes in its Corporate Responsibility Commitments. These commitments are delivered through VicSuper’s Community Connect Program and Financial Literacy, Empowerment and Inclusion Strategy. Both are already linked to the objectives in the Federal Government’s National Financial Literacy Strategy.

VicSuper is in the process of developing and finalising its 2020 Financial Wellbeing Strategy. Participating in the FIAP Trailblazer program will help VicSuper to not only further align its work with the objectives of the National Financial Literacy Strategy, but it will also provide a meaningful and tangible link into the UN Sustainable Development Goals.

View more information on FIAP and a formal press release on FIAP Trailblazer Program.

We've joined forces with 30 leading Australian businesses in the Financial Inclusion Action Plan (FIAP) Trailblazer community.

FIAP is a collaborative, cross sectoral, national program which guides organisations in the development of an action plan that drives financial wellbeing and inclusion. The program is facilitated by Good Shepherd Microfinance and is funded by the Australian Government. The FIAP program helps the Government to meet its G20 obligations, National Financial Literacy Strategy objectives and the UN Sustainable Development Goals.

“VicSuper has a long history of delivering financial advice, education and support to our members, their families and their local communities. We are looking forward to collaborating with the great minds in the FIAP network to drive meaningful outcomes in the areas of financial wellbeing, literacy and inclusion” said Michael Dundon, VicSuper CEO.
VicSuper has formally made a commitment to drive financial wellbeing outcomes in its Corporate Responsibility Commitments. These commitments are delivered through VicSuper’s Community Connect Program and Financial Literacy, Empowerment and Inclusion Strategy. Both are already linked to the objectives in the Federal Government’s National Financial Literacy Strategy.

VicSuper is in the process of developing and finalising its 2020 Financial Wellbeing Strategy. Participating in the FIAP Trailblazer program will help VicSuper to not only further align its work with the objectives of the National Financial Literacy Strategy, but it will also provide a meaningful and tangible link into the UN Sustainable Development Goals.

View more information on FIAP and a formal press release on FIAP Trailblazer Program.