Who we are
Established in 1994, our goal has always been to help our members enjoy the best quality of life in retirement. After growing into one of Australia’s leading profit-to-member super funds, in 2020 we merged with First State Super (now Aware Super) to become Australia’s second largest super fund. Stronger together, we’ll continue to put our members first, and give them the help they need to build a secure financial future.
How we measure up
We’re proud to be one of the best-value super funds in Australia – in fact we’ve received the SuperRatings Platinum Performance rating (their highest rating) seven years in a row (2014-2021) – confirming that VicSuper is one of the “best value funds in Australia”.* See who's giving VicSuper the thumbs up.
Responsible super – it’s what we do
Helping our members achieve a better quality of life in retirement goes well beyond sound money management and great service – it’s just as much about taking a responsible approach to everything we do, and being positive member of our community.
From the moment you joins us, we’re on the journey with you – inspiring you to take action and get your super sorted – with information, tools, products and advice to help you get more of the future you want.
It’s our job to know our employers and their super obligations – and that’s why we don’t outsource our services and support. Our team is here to make super simpler, so that together we can guide your employees to a better future.
We’re here for our members, but we’re also here to be a positive member of the communities we operate in and society as a whole. Take a look at how we’re working to make a positive difference:
On July 1 2020 we merged with Aware Super becoming one of Australia’s largest industry funds.
We’re proud to offer our people a truly collaborative workplace that responds to rapid change, without losing sight of what we stand for: our members. And we strive to provide employee benefits that truly make our workplace ‘a great place to work’.
The VicSuper News September 2020 edition details the following important information on changes effective from 1 November 2020:
- Changes to fees and costs
- Changes to investment objectives
- Revised strategic asset allocations (SAAs)
- Changes to Standard Risk Measures (SRMs)
- Changes to investment approach (including Responsible Investing enhancements)
- Changes to asset class descriptions
For more detailed information, you can download our pdf to see more information on changes in your investment options, including side-by-side comparisons of old and new.