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CEO Update – February 2024

First Super has started off 2024 with a bang – but you don’t have to take my word for it. Our Growth option’s performance has been recognised by Money magazine as the Best of the Best – Balanced Super Product1 beating bigger funds in the process. This demonstrates that First Super is large enough to […]

CEO update – May 2023

The rankings show only two funds’ Balanced investment options produced a positive result for their members in 2022 – and First Super’s was one of them. MySuper Balanced Option in top 10 of latest performance test First Super’s MySuper product was a top 10 performer in the latest results of the performance test for MySuper […]

First Super works with about 50,000 members, and every one is unique. This is why we pride ourselves on the quality of our member services. Strong returns, competitive fees and great service mean First Super members can be confident we’re doing everything we can to give them a dignified retirement. First Super is a fund […]

If you die with superannuation still in your First Super account, what happens to it? It’s easy to assume it will become part of your Will or estate and be distributed with your other belongings and money. But super doesn’t work like this. There are a few simple steps you can take to make sure […]

Here at First Super, we take the security of your data incredibly seriously. Keeping your account and information safe is a top priority. This is why, when you contact us, we always ask several questions to make sure you are who you say you are.  As well as the security measures we have in place […]

EmployersFIRST     News & Media     

When we say we put our members and employers first, we’re not only talking about money. Our size means we have the best of both worlds. First Super manages about $3.6 billion in retirement savings, so we’re big enough to perform strongly, but small enough to support our members and employers with personal, tailored services. […]


On 1 July 2022 there will be two payroll-related changes to super for employers. The SG rate is rising to 10.5% and the $450 income threshold is being removed.


Ever wondered what’s different about Industry SuperFunds?  Since being established in the 80s, industry funds have always had one main driver: putting members first.   Here are three major ways they continue to do just that – and how it compares to retail funds.   1. Profits for members  Industry SuperFunds have the same goal you do: to save as much as possible for your retirement, so when you stop working you can still […]