Investment insights: June 2021 quarter

Qantas Super has delivered bumper returns for members in the 2020/21 financial year, with each of our investment options performing exceptionally well.

The minimum account balance you need in Gateway has increased

To protect your super from being eroded by fees, the minimum balance you need to keep your Gateway account open has increased.

How to set your super up for the new financial year

While some prefer to wait until January 1 to set new resolutions and do a bit of life admin, here at Qantas Super we believe the new financial year is another great occasion to get your super sorted.

Welcoming Richard Garner to the Qantas Super Board

Qantas Super’s new Group A Director Rick Garner has balanced one career in financial services and another as a pilot for 20 years.

Growth option ranked top performer by SuperRatings

Qantas Super’s Growth option has been ranked the top balanced option over the 12 months to 30 June 2021. Find out more about these excellent results for members.

Introducing our new investment option, Thrifty

Designed for members who want low investment fees, Thrifty is driven by low cost growth assets and takes a more passive approach to managing these investments.

Investment insights: March 2021 quarter

After a 2020 many would like to forget, each of our investment options had a bumper start to the year, delivering strong returns in the March 2021 quarter.

Group A Director election result – May 2021

View the full results from the 2021 Group A Member-Elected Director election.

We’re lowering admin fees!

We’re pleased to announce we’re reducing admin fees again for members in Gateway and Divisions 6 and 7 from 1 July 2021. This is the second time in three years that we’ve reduced admin fees. That means more money back in your super, working hard for you so you can enjoy the retirement you deserve.

Meet our new Member Care team

The team helps members with the more complicated types of enquiries that can’t always be solved by a quick call to the Helpline, lending their personal touch to ensure members get the answers they need.

Australians have $13.8 billion in lost and unclaimed super left to find

Australians were reunited with $7 billion in lost and unclaimed super over the 2019/20 financial year, but a further $13.8 billion still remains to be claimed.

What’s changing with super on 1 July 2021

Super is constantly evolving to ensure it meets the needs of retirees, and Australians saving for their retirement. That means there are a couple of important changes coming to super on 1 July 2021 that you should be aware of.