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How the investment markets reacted to the inauguration of the US president

25 January 2017

On 20 January 2017, Donald Trump was sworn in as the 45th President of the United States. Here’s a look at how this influenced investment markets across the world. One of President Trump’s first executive decisions was to withdraw the US from the 12 nation Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) deal. He also indicated his intention to […]

Proposed super reforms are now law – what does this mean?

07 December 2016

Finally, the long-anticipated reforms to superannuation have become law after months of discussion and debate. For anyone with money in super, this means the rules will change from 1 July 2017. Key changes include: Pension balances capped at $1.6 million Non-concessional contributions cap cut to $100,000 Concessional contributions cap cut to $25,000 More super tax on […]

Want to know how much super is going into your account each pay?

06 December 2016

You can check your annual statement from Qantas Super, log into your Qantas Super account online or you can call us on 1300 362 967. We can tell you how much has been paid into your super, and when those amounts were paid. If you want to know how your employer contributions are calculated, you […]

Congratulations to the Voice of the Member survey winners!

30 November 2016

Congratulations to the winners of the recent Voice of the Member survey competition. First prize: epiQure vouchers worth $500 S. Smith Runner-up prizes: $100 loaded onto Qantas Cash G. Lee, J. Hayward, J. Branighan, and C. Steel   We received about 2,700 entries for the competition. Many thanks to everyone who shared their insights – […]

US election results and financial markets

10 November 2016

On 8 November 2016, voters in the United States went to the polls and elected Donald Trump, the Republican Party candidate, as their next President. The Republican Party had a great day, in that it not only won the Presidency, but it also retained control of the House of Representatives and the Senate. This is […]

Qantas Super and the investment markets

04 November 2016

We’re often asked about our investment performance, and how markets are behaving. In this short video, Qantas Super’s Chief Investment Officer Andrew Spence discusses: What happened in the markets during 2015/2016? Qantas Super’s investment strategy in a volatile market Performance in the first quarter of the 2017 financial year What you can do to better […]

Insurance in Qantas Super

12 October 2016

You may have seen recent media coverage about how some insurers are dealing with super-related claims. At Qantas Super, we closely manage the insurance arrangements on behalf of our members. Our insurer, MLC Limited, manages the day-to-day administration of insurance matters, including the assessment of claims and providing us with recommendations about approval of claims. […]

Update to Federal Government’s super changes

21 September 2016

The Federal Government has announced it would amend the superannuation-related reforms announced in its 2016/2017 Budget. Below is an excerpt from the Federal Government’s media release, issued on 15 September 2016. “The $500,000 lifetime non-concessional cap will be replaced by a new measure to reduce the existing annual non-concessional contributions cap from $180,000 per year to […]

Flight attendant group elects new representative to Board

08 September 2016

International Customer Service Supervisor, Bruce Roberts, has been elected as Member-elected Director for Group B (Flight Attendants) on the Qantas Superannuation Limited (QSL) Board. An international flight attendant since 1995, Bruce won the election ahead of incumbent Craig Pagden, who has served on the Board since 2008, and Grant Drinkwater. Board Chair, Anne Ward, congratulated […]

Financial returns in a volatile year

06 September 2016

2015-16 hasn’t been a good year for investment returns. This article explains why, and looks at our performance in this environment. 2015-16 hasn’t been a good year for investment returns. Why? Over the 2015-16 financial year the market reacted to a range of global events, such as dramatic movements in oil prices, “Brexit”, and the […]