Our customers benefit from the sustainable use of scarce natural resources

We’re continuously looking for ways to deliver growth for your retirement savings while also improving ESG outcomes.

14 Dec 2020

We seek to manage all investment risks to ensure the sustainability of your retirement income. This includes reducing the environmental, social and governance (ESG) risks from investing in companies that misuse scarce natural resources.
To implement this, we’ve appointed Osmosis Investment Management as an Investment Manager. Osmosis have a robust, effective and objective way to reduce ESG risk and aims to optimise our investment exposure to companies that use water and energy efficiently and reduce waste.

To us, sustainability means always seeking the most productive ways to use our scarce natural resources. ESG considerations are an essential part of our broad-based risk management strategy—because risks interact with each other. We’re not focusing on just any single environmental risk, instead we’ve adopted sustainable management across multiple key scarce resources.

We’re continuously looking for ways to deliver growth for your retirement savings while also improving ESG outcomes. That’s why we’ve appointed Osmosis—to help us invest in companies that promote the sustainable use of scarce natural resources.

We’re the first Australian super fund to appoint Osmosis, which reflects our drive for continuous innovation. Through pioneering emerging investment ideas, our customers benefit from our early recognition of the importance of sustainable natural resource management.

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We are pioneers in investment innovations. For this, we are recognised as global leaders, including in best-practice governance and innovation.

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