VicSuper launches Financial Inclusion Action Plan

Today, more than half of all Australians have little or no understanding of financial products and services1. With 1 in 12 working Victorians being a member of our fund, this is something we feel we have the ability to change. VicSuper has a long history of delivering financial advice, education and support to our members, their families and their local communities in order to drive financial wellbeing outcomes. Financial wellbeing is incorporated in our Corporate Responsibility Commitments and delivered through our 2020 Financial Wellbeing Strategy.

VicSuper recently released its Foundation Financial Inclusion Action Plan (FIAP). The plan contains education and inclusion programs designed to bring about positive change for those within our membership, workplaces and community that experience financial hardship, live on low incomes or have low money management capabilities and confidence. The plan was released as part of VicSuper’s membership of the FIAP Trailblazer community. The FIAP Program is facilitated by Good Shepherd Microfinance and is funded by the Australian Government.

Read our Financial Inclusion Action Plan (PDF) or find out more about the FIAP Program.
Today, more than half of all Australians have little or no understanding of financial products and services1. With 1 in 12 working Victorians being a member of our fund, this is something we feel we have the ability to change. VicSuper has a long history of delivering financial advice, education and support to our members, their families and their local communities in order to drive financial wellbeing outcomes. Financial wellbeing is incorporated in our Corporate Responsibility Commitments and delivered through our 2020 Financial Wellbeing Strategy.

VicSuper recently released its Foundation Financial Inclusion Action Plan (FIAP). The plan contains education and inclusion programs designed to bring about positive change for those within our membership, workplaces and community that experience financial hardship, live on low incomes or have low money management capabilities and confidence. The plan was released as part of VicSuper’s membership of the FIAP Trailblazer community. The FIAP Program is facilitated by Good Shepherd Microfinance and is funded by the Australian Government.

Read our Financial Inclusion Action Plan (PDF) or find out more about the FIAP Program.