Energy Super is moving to 333 Ann Street, Brisbane, Qld 4001 on 7 December 2021.

During December 2021, appointments with a financial adviser will still be at our old Eagle Street office. From Monday 3 January 2022, appointments with a financial adviser will be at our Ann Street office. For all our new details visit our contact us page.

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Energy Super and LGIAsuper are pleased to announce the appointment of Kate Farrar as CEO of the new Merged Fund, which will bring the two superannuation funds together on 1 July 2021.

Kate is currently the CEO of LGIAsuper. She is committed to delivering benefits for the members of both funds, while retaining the aspects that make each so strong and unique.

Kate is an exceptional businessperson who has an excellent record of achievement at LGIAsuper.  In three years, she has improved member outcomes and satisfaction, lowered the fund’s cost of providing administration services by 30%, and grown the fund by $2 billion.

Her history of working in the energy sector also ensures that she understands not only LGIAsuper’s members, but also the industries in which many of Energy Super’s 48,000 members work. As well as being a current member of LGIAsuper, Kate was herself an Energy Super member during her years in the sector.

As the CEO of the Merged Fund, Kate is looking forward to expanding on the work that Energy Super is already doing with employers and members.

The merger of LGIAsuper and Energy Super will see the funds continue to operate under their existing brands as they form the third-largest profit for-members fund in the state. The fund will manage more than $20 billion in retirement savings for around 120,000 members.

Both funds have similar and complementary strengths, and pride themselves on being Queensland-centric and delivering personalised service to members in their communities and workplaces.

The merger is an opportunity to build a fund unlike any other in the superannuation industry.

The new Merged entity will be a strong, boutique, Queensland-centric superannuation fund that will generate better outcomes for members via a continued focus on financial performance, personal service, and an ongoing commitment to improving the lives of members in retirement.

Kate has the full support of both Boards and Energy Super CEO, Robyn Petrou.

Both Robyn and Kate are outstanding leaders who will continue to work together to support a smooth transition to new leadership when the funds merge on 1 July 2021.

What this means for you

As a member, you do not need to take any action. There will be no direct change to how you engage with us or our service to you as a result of these leadership changes.

The merger of LGIAsuper and Energy Super will see the funds continue to operate under their existing brands as they form the third-largest profit for-members fund in the state. The fund will manage more than $20 billion in retirement savings for around 120,000 members.