Financial wellbeing and inclusion

We believe we operate at the forefront of our industry. Find out what we are doing to ensure we continue to lead the way.


We believe we operate at the forefront of our industry. Find out what we are doing to ensure we continue to lead the way.
  • Helping drive financial wellbeing across the Australian community
    Helping drive financial wellbeing across the Australian community

    In June 2017, VicSuper joined forces with 30 leading Australian businesses in the Financial Inclusion Action Plan (FIAP) Trailblazer program. FIAP is a national collaboration bringing together organisations from all sectors, to develop an action plan for driving financial wellbeing and inclusion across the Australian community. The program is facilitated by Good Sheppard Microfinance and funded by the Australian Government.

    VicSuper has a long history of delivering financial advice, education and support to our members, their families and their local communities – so teaming up with FIAP is a natural fit for us. And the timing is fortuitous. VicSuper is in the process of finalising its 2020 Financial Wellbeing Strategy containing a host of different initiatives designed to bring about positive change for our members, workplaces and the community.

    Participating in the FIAP Trailblazer program will help us, not only to further align our work with the objectives of the National Financial Literacy Strategy, but also to provide a meaningful and tangible link into the UN Sustainable Development Goals. These globally agreed goals, amongst many things, aim to help end extreme poverty, inequality and social injustice.
    In June 2017, VicSuper joined forces with 30 leading Australian businesses in the Financial Inclusion Action Plan (FIAP) Trailblazer program. FIAP is a national collaboration bringing together organisations from all sectors, to develop an action plan for driving financial wellbeing and inclusion across the Australian community. The program is facilitated by Good Sheppard Microfinance and funded by the Australian Government.

    VicSuper has a long history of delivering financial advice, education and support to our members, their families and their local communities – so teaming up with FIAP is a natural fit for us. And the timing is fortuitous. VicSuper is in the process of finalising its 2020 Financial Wellbeing Strategy containing a host of different initiatives designed to bring about positive change for our members, workplaces and the community.

    Participating in the FIAP Trailblazer program will help us, not only to further align our work with the objectives of the National Financial Literacy Strategy, but also to provide a meaningful and tangible link into the UN Sustainable Development Goals. These globally agreed goals, amongst many things, aim to help end extreme poverty, inequality and social injustice.