Sunsuper has been named ‘The Best of the Best’ amongst Australian superannuation funds, after winning Money magazine Best Superannuation Fund Manager as well as The Best Pension Fund Manager for 2018.
This is the fourth major win for the Fund in 2017, after being awarded the Chant West, Super Review and SuperRatings Super Fund of the Year awards.
The awards, which are amongst the super industry’s most coveted, are given out annually to recognise the fund that offers best value-for-money for its members.
Sunsuper secured the prestigious awards and cemented its position as an industry leader through its innovative approach to engage with members, strong investment performance, competitive fees and solid retirement products.
Sunsuper’s CEO Scott Hartley said “Sunsuper is thrilled to win Money magazine The Best of the Best awards for 2018.
“At Sunsuper, every interaction with our members is driven by our desire to help them achieve financial freedom, and these awards are evidence of that. It really shows that as a profit-for-members fund, our members and clients are at the heart of everything we do.
“The awards demonstrate our ongoing commitment to providing exceptional customer service for all our members through innovation, personalised digital interactions, keeping fees low and strong returns.“The recognition from Money magazine and three leading rating houses in a single year is a huge achievement and I am immensely proud of the entire Sunsuper team for their efforts to deliver great retirement outcomes for our members.”
Sunsuper is one of Australia’s fastest growing super funds with more than one million members and $47 billion in funds under management.
For 17 years Money magazine’s ‘The Best of the Best’ awards have recognised industry leaders and best-value-for money products across Australian industries from credit-cards and cars to home loans and super funds. The superannuation awards are assessed against a range of criteria, including member services, website functionality, financial advice, insurance, fund governance, investment performance and fees.