MTAA Super and Tasplan have today (29 November 2019) finalised an agreement to merge on 1 October 2020.
This merger will create a national super fund with a combined scale of $23.6 billion in funds under management and 335,000 members.
The decision to merge follows a comprehensive due diligence process to ensure the agreement is in the best interest of members of both funds.
With a shared members-first philosophy and a common commitment to excellence, both funds are confident the merger will deliver great benefits to members through improved products and services and a continued focus on low fees and strong returns.
We will be regularly updating the FAQs below with details of the merger’s progress.
In the meantime, you can rest assured we will continue delivering the same quality support and services face-to-face, over the phone, and online.
A list of questions and answers for members and employers about the MTAA Super and Tasplan merger: