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Our 2022/23 Annual Member Meeting (AMM) will be held on 15 February 2024. The AMM is a chance for you to hear from our Board and Leadership Team, and ask them any questions you may have about Qantas Super.

While the purpose of an AMM is to take members through the prior financial year, we know that many members will want to learn more about Qantas Super’s decision to explore merger options, announced in September 2023. The AMM will provide an update on this process.

Meeting speakers and agenda

The AMM will kick off at 11am at the Holiday Inn Mascot (Opposite Qantas Head Office – Corner of O’Riordan Street & Bourke Road, Mascot 2020).

  • John Atkin, Chair: Welcome and overview of 2022/23
  • Michael Clancy, Chief Executive Officer: Highlights of 2022/23
  • Panel: Highlights of 2022/23
  • Panel: Question and answer session

You can book your spot at the Annual Member Meeting by registering here. You must register to attend.

Can’t make it?

If you can’t join us, don’t worry – we’ll be recording the Annual Member Meeting and making it available online, so you’ll be able to watch the action later.

If you’d like to meet our team, you can catch our Super Advice team at the Qantas Super Hub at Mascot Campus or when they visit your base. Our team regularly travels to workplaces around Australia to run seminars and provide one-on-one help and advice – you can learn more and check when they’re visiting your base here.

You can also find your Annual Statement for the 2022/23 financial year by logging into your account online.

Catch up on the year that was

Additional information

The following information is provided in accordance with paragraph 29P(3)(b) of the Superannuation Industry (Supervision) (SIS) Act 1993 and regulation 2.10 of the SIS Regulations 1994 (the Regulations), which requires that certain information must be included with the notice of our AMM.

Short-form expenditure summary for the 2022/23 financial year

Expense categoryTotal ($)
Aggregate remuneration expenditure$2,459,666
Aggregate political donationsNil
Aggregate promotion, marketing, or sponsorship expenditure$37,486
Aggregate industrial body payments$7,688
Aggregate related party payments$361,430

More information on the short-form expenditure summary for the 2022/23 financial year

Please note: The expenditure disclosed in each expense category is not mutually exclusive. That is, payments to some entities are included in multiple categories as required by Superannuation Industry (Supervision) (SIS) Act section 29P(3), and SIS Regulation 2.10.

  • Remuneration expenditure: Remuneration expenditure includes the remuneration for our Executive Officers and Directors. You can find detailed information about remuneration here.
  • Political donations: Qantas Superannuation Limited does not make political donations.
  • Promotion, marketing, or sponsorship: This expenditure goes towards helping to grow Qantas Super, and educate our members. This type of spend may include design, production, and distribution of educational materials, as well as the running of educational events and targeted sponsorships. For example, Qantas Superannuation Limited sponsored the annual Australian and International Pilots’ Association (AIPA) retiree dinner in 2023, which gave us the opportunity to speak to a cohort of members about how super works in retirement.
  • Industrial body payments: Any payments made to industry bodies registered under the Fair Work (Registered Organisations) Act 2009 must be disclosed. Our spend in this category was for the AIPA retiree dinner also specified in the Promotion, marketing, or sponsorship category.
  • Related party payments: The Trustee contracts with Qantas Airways Limited, a related party, for office accommodation, use of office equipment, technology, and certain administrative services, which are provided on an arms-length basis.

You can find detailed information on expenditure here.

Catch up on the event

If you were unable to attend, you can catch up by watching the recording, or by listening to the meeting as a podcast.


The minutes of the meeting and all questions and answers are also available here.

We're here to help

If you want to learn more or need help with making a decision about your super, you can get simple advice over the phone or face to face. It’s included as a part of your membership so there’s no extra cost.

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