News

26 June 2020

Our response to Market Forces Divestment Campaign Open Letter

The following is a copy of our response to Market Forces, from Ian Martin and the UniSuper Board

23 June 2020

UniSuper announces Chief Risk Officer

Andrew will lead UniSuper’s Risk and Assurance team, following 20 years working internationally with AXA, AIG (American Insurance Group) and Zurich in roles including Chief Risk Officer, Chief Auditor and Chief Compliance Officer.

19 June 2020

Our response to Rio Tinto’s destruction of cultural site

As an investor in Rio Tinto, we’re saddened to hear that the cultural site in Juukan Gorge has been destroyed.

4 June 2020

End of financial year contribution deadlines

We strongly recommend you consider using BPAY® over cheques because of the impact the COVID-19 pandemic is having on Australia Post’s delivery timeframes.

14 May 2020

UniSuper named Best Fund Advice Services

We’ve been named Best Fund, Advice Services by leading ratings agency, Chant West. Since the advice award was first introduced in 2017, UniSuper has won it three out of four times.

4 May 2020

Investment market update - 4 May 2020

We’ve had a rough ride lately but in investment terms, the outcome for our diversified portfolios may not be as bad as the headlines suggest. We remain in a strong position. And we’re on the front foot, buying up.

8 April 2020

Investment market update - 8 April 2020


We’re seeing some encouraging signs but it’s still too early to say we won’t revisit market lows, writes Chief Investment Officer John Pearce.

30 March 2020

Update for members: Investing for a better future

An update from UniSuper's CEO, Kevin O'Sullivan, about our commitment to delivering long-term sustainable returns for our members.

18 March 2020

UniSuper’s response to the COVID-19 crisis

In this trying time with the spread of COVID-19, we’re actively monitoring and responding to this unprecedented situation.

16 March 2020

UniSuper suspends stock lending program

UniSuper has instructed its custodian, BNP Paribas, to recall all shares currently out on loan, without exception.