Sponsored: Topping the super table

29 November, 2017 by Damon Apter

Life is full of twists and turns. New jobs, new cities, new adventures. Wherever your team goes, it’s important to have a super fund that moves with them. A top performer who puts their needs first with competitive fees, consistent investment performance and comprehensive insurance options.

Hostplus, the industry fund for everyone who lives and loves Australian hospitality, tourism, recreation and sport, is a proven performer over both short and long-terms.

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According to leading independent superannuation analysts, Chant West and SuperRatings, the default Balanced Option was the number one investment choice for the 2016-17 financial year with an impressive 13.2 per cent returned to members accounts.

The default investment choice, favoured by most of the fund’s members, has also delivered market leading returns in the long term with chart topping results over the last one, three, five and seven years as of 30 June 2017

Your staff won’t find better returns than these under the mattress, or in their bank account for that matter!

Co-founded by the Australian Hotels Association in 1987, Hostplus has grown to be one of the largest super funds in the country.

With close to one million members, over 133,000 employers and more than $25 billion funds under management, the scale and ongoing growth of the fund affords their members high value, competitively priced retirement products to help them get the most out of their working years and all that comes after.

Hostplus is a proud supporter of the hospitality industry serving to raise the profile of the talent found in our ranks through their annual scholarships across key organisations, including Melbourne Food and Wine and the International College of Management Sydney.

For more information about the top performing super fund in Australia for the 2016-17 financial year, visit hostplus.com.au or call them on 1300 467 875.

*Number one Balanced Fund over 1 year (13.2%), 3 years (9.68%p.a.), 5 years (11.76%p.a.), and 7 years (9.92%p.a.) – SuperRatings Fund Crediting Rate Survey, 2nd August 2017.