In 2022, Sunsuper merged with QSuper to become one super fund, called Australian Retirement Trust (ART).
We may be new, but we're already one of Australia's largest super funds. We take care of more than $260 billion in retirement savings for 2.3 million members.
And being a new fund means we're not afraid to do things differently. Find out more reasons to choose Australian Retirement Trust.
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Grow your super with us and enjoy the benefits as we grow even more.
Whether you're a member, employer or financial adviser, feel free to ask us any questions. We're here to help you work with Australian Retirement Trust.See all merger FAQs
You don't need to do anything. If you had an account with Sunsuper, you're now an Australian Retirement Trust member with the same Super Savings account details – easy.
If you had an account with QSuper, you're now an Australian Retirement Trust member with a QSuper account.
For more information, you can read this booklet from before our merger: Sunsuper and QSuper are merging: Important information.
And of course, if you have any more questions, please call us or live web chat with us.
The name of your Sunsuper and products and accounts have changed now that you're a member of Australian Retirement Trust:
|Sunsuper||Australian Retirement Trust|
|Sunsuper for life – Super-savings account||Super Savings Accumulation account|
|Sunsuper for life – Transition to retirement income account||Super Savings Transition to Retirement Income account|
|Sunsuper for life – Retirement income account||Super Savings Retirement Income account|
|Sunsuper for life Business – Super-savings account||Super Savings – Business Accumulation account|
|Sunsuper for life Corporate – Super-savings account||Super Savings – Corporate Accumulation account|
|Sunsuper for life Corporate Defined Benefit||Super Savings – Corporate Defined Benefit|
|Sunsuper for life Corporate Lifetime Pension||Super Savings – Corporate Lifetime Pension|
|N/A||QSuper Lifetime Pension|
The names of your QSuper products and accounts haven't changed – you're now an Australian Retirement member with a QSuper account.
Both Sunsuper and QSuper members' accounts transferred to Australian Retirement Trust on 28 February 2022.
You'll still enjoy all the same benefits of your membership, now that we are Australian Retirement Trust.
Sunsuper merged with QSuper in 2022, which means we became one super fund.
As part of Australian Retirement Trust, QSuper mainly has Queensland Government employees as members, but you can open a QSuper account if you are eligible family of an existing QSuper member. Find out more.
If you used to be a Sunsuper member, you are now a member of Australian Retirement Trust, one of Australia's largest super funds. We can give you all the benefits of a big fund, while being new enough to do things differently.
If you're not already an ART member, find out why you might enjoy it here.
If you used to use the Sunsuper app, you'll need to update the app to the latest version, so that it becomes the Australian Retirement Trust app. For most people, this update was automatic, so it should have already happened for you.
We use our size and scale to find and make investments to grow members' super. Our Balanced option has delivered investment returns of 8.4% p.a. over 10 years to 30 June 2023.1Find out more
We’re focused on charging members low fees for the products and services we provide. Because the less you pay in fees on your super, the more savings you could have in retirement.Find out more
Our Super Savings Accumulation and Income accounts have won multiple awards over many years for providing outstanding value for money.Find out more
If you're a member, you can get advice from a qualified financial adviser about your account as part of your membership.
Whether you’re starting your working life, already retired, or somewhere in between, personal financial advice can help.
If you need advice about more than your super, we’re happy to work with your own adviser or refer you to an accredited financial adviser.See advice options
Exclusive deals and discounts to help you save now, so you’ll have more later.
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1. In 2022–23, our Super Savings Balanced option returned 10% for Accumulation accounts, 9.9% for the Lifecycle option's Balanced Pool, and 11.1% for Income accounts. Over 10 years, it returned 8.4% p.a. (Accumulation) and 9.3% (Income). The Australian Retirement Trust Super Savings Balanced option has adopted the pre-merger investment strategy of the Sunsuper Balanced option. The industry median return for the SR50 Balanced (60-76) Index comprises the 50 largest investment options with a similar asset allocation to growth style assets between 60-76%. Source: SuperRatings Fund Crediting Rate Survey - SR50 Balanced (60-76) Index, 30 June 2023. The Super Savings Balanced option has identical investments to the Balanced Pool in the Lifecycle Investment Strategy. Members invested in the Lifecycle Investment Strategy are invested 100% in the Balanced Pool until age 55. Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future performance. Investment returns are net of investment fees and costs and taxes (where applicable). Super Savings products issued by Australian Retirement Trust Pty Ltd (ABN 88 010 720 840, AFSL No. 228975) as trustee for Australian Retirement Trust (ABN 60 905 115 063). Consider the Super Savings product disclosure statements and TMDs before deciding.
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