Ultra-marathon runner, Tash Fraser, not only set the record for the women’s 10km event, but also the men’s event at Vision Super’s Ripples on the Res Fun Run last month.
Vision Super’s Innovation and Transformation Consultant, Dr Christine Brown welcomed guests to the Institute of Water Administration (IWA)’s conference dinner last week. Christine’s speech discussed the disruptions both the water and superannuation industries face – and how we can overcome these disruptions with innovation. You can find the speech here.
Do you want to work for an industry super fund that’s been looking after Australians’ retirement savings for 70 years? Are you a hard working person who loves helping people, who’s looking for a career where they can really make a difference to people’s futures? At Vision Super, we’re an industry fund that puts our member’s best interests at the centre of everything we do. We’re a top performing fund, one of the few with SuperRatings’ coveted 10 year Platinum Rating.
This year’s federal Budget (handed down on 9 May 2017) did not propose major changes to superannuation. There were some minor changes aimed at helping people at both ends of the housing market.
Vision Super has been ranked 19th out of the world’s 500 largest investors for our action on climate change in the 2017 Global Climate Index by the Asset Owners Disclosure Project (AODP).
The independant superannuation ratings agency, SuperRatings, has released its March comparisons and Vision Super's investment options continue to shine. The Just Shares investment option was a stand out performer, ranked number 1 out of 74 Australian superannuation funds. Similarly, well ranked were Vision Super’s International Equities option at 3 out of 90 funds, our Just Shares Allocated Pension option at 2 out of 55 funds, and our International Equities Allocated Pension option at 2 out of 72 funds.
Ten employees of Vision Super (seven riders and three support crew) participated in the Murray to Moyne charity bike ride over the weekend, raising money and showing our support for the Snowdome Foundation.
We would like to advise our members who have received incorrect notifications from the Australian Taxation Office (ATO), that the ATO has begun processing the amended tax notifications. However, due to their system outage in December 2016, the ATO has been experiencing significant delays.