First State Super and Health Super merger

First State Super merged with Health Super on 30 June 2011 with the full integration of the Funds completed in mid-2012. First State Super is now one of the largest super funds in Australia.

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Advantages of the merger

The larger scale of the Fund following the merger helps us to keep costs low while continuing to improve our services. Members will benefit from continued low costs, improved insurance benefits, and access to quality member services. First State Super continues to offer quality services for employers and low fees and great value super for members.

Changes to reporting of investment performance

With the merger of First State Super and Health Super and the transition to a single investment portfolio on 1 July 2012, the Fund had to make a decision on how to report past investment returns to both sets of members going forward.

For more information about the changes to reporting of investment performance visit www.firststatesuper.com.au/mergedreturns

Merger information

Updates about the merger were sent to both First State Super and Health Super member explaining the changes in greater detail Below are the resources sent to members and employers regarding the merger.

Members

Employers

September 2012:

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September 2011:

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November 2010:

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