Good Super: Change the World with Your Superannuation
Good Super is socially responsible superannuation. We invest in real solutions to the grand challenges that face our society—issues like human rights, environmental sustainability, health and social care. We’re currently accepting 5000 new members—early adopters who want to do good while doing well. Sign up now or read on to learn more…
Have you heard of impact investing? It’s when you invest in profitable companies and innovations that also make a positive social impact. Good Super takes social impact investing to a super scale. We look at the bigger picture and we invest in a better future for all Australians, old and new.
Did you know that from 1 July 2009 to 30 June 2012, 92.4% of all assessed boat arrivals in Australia were found to be legitimate refugees? Or that no boat arrival has ever been found to be a threat to Australian national security?
Asylum seekers are brave people striving to make a better life for themselves and their families. They have a lot to contribute to our society and our growing economy, but there is currently a deficiency in social support to help them adapt to their new life far away from home.
Good Super cares about asylum seekers. Why? Because we believe that solving social problems helps create new financial opportunities. Together with our members, we’re changing the way the world invests—for good.
Good Super is now accepting 5,000 new memberships—early adopters who'll get early access to the fund. Sign up to learn how you can secure your own retirement while making a better future—for everyone.
Interests in Good Super, a division of max Super, are issued by Equity Trustees Limited (ABN 46 004 031 298). Before deciding to acquire or continue to hold this product you should consider the Product Disclosure Statement. Before making decisions you should consider how appropriate they are given your own objectives, financial situation and needs, because this notice has been prepared without taking these into account. Past performance is not indicative of future performance.