Meet our Fund Managers

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Perpetual
Australian Equities
All Perpetual Funds used by Good Super have been audited by the Responsible Investment Association of Australia and certified as Responsible Investments.

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Perpetual was established in 1886— 131 years ago. They now employ more than 1,000 people and have $30.9 billion of funds under management as at 31 December 2015.
Triodos
International Equities
Triodos was founded with the mission to finance companies, institutions and projects that add cultural value and benefit people and the environment.

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Triodos Bank is one of the world’s leading sustainable banks with EUR$12 billion of assets under management and operates in five countries

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ANZ
Cash
In 2016, ANZ was again recognised as a leading bank globally on the Dow Jones Sustainability index, scoring 95/100, their highest score to date.

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ANZ Bank has 8,864 employees and a market capitalisation of $91.9 billion dollars (as of 6 January 2017, via ASX).

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Social Ventures Australia
Alternative Impact Investments
SVA is a non-profit organisation established in 2002 by The Benevolent Society, The Smith Family, WorkVentures and AMP Foundation. Their sole mission is to make investments that result in positive social change.

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Since 2002, SVA has placed $45 million in investments to the social sector, worked with 88 social ventures like Beacon Foundation, Ganbina and AIME, and brokered $165 million to buy out ABC Learning Centres and create GoodStart — a socially responsible early childhood education provider delivering 15% of Australia’s early childhood learning places.

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AMP Capital
Australian & International Fixed Income
Australian & International Fixed Income. All AMP Funds used by Good Super have been audited by the Responsible Investment Association of Australia and certified as Responsible Investments.

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AMP Capital is part of the AMP Group; with more than 5,400 employees and more than $215 billion in assets under management.

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