Good Super’s Investment Approach
Good Super’s approach is to invest your money with an eye to both long term financial gain and long term positive impact. We believe that in the long term organisations with good corporate behaviour, and which make positive impacts on their communities, carry lower risk and therefore, provide better long term returns. Good Super believes investments placed this way will outperform the market in the long-term, while providing a positive social impact at the same time.
This is a ‘win-win’.
Good Super will invest your retirement fund through reputable financial institutions that have been selected based on both performance and integration of environmental, social and governance (ESG) metrics into their investment practices.
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When you consolidate your super you should be aware of your current insurance entitlements from your existing superannuation accounts. You can then take the opportunity to review this coverage and check if you have too little insurance (leaving you exposed) or too much (leaving you paying more premiums than you may need). You should note the insurance you already have and note that you may not be able to obtain the same entitlements from Good Super. If you do not check the comparative insurance you may either lose insurance coverage or find you have more than you need. If you make a contribution, or roll over funds into Good Super, ongoing fees will apply as per the Product Disclosure Statement. Membership of Good Super is subject to the Product Disclosure Statement, the Reference Guide and the Membership Terms and Conditions. You should also consider telling your employer where you want your future employer contributions to be paid. We can help you with that process should you wish.