Join us for the 2021 Annual Members Meeting
Brisbane City Hall, Brisbane Room, November 4.
Members and guests can participate in person or live online.
The LGIAsuper Trustee (which is now the issuer of Energy Super and LGIAsuper products) would like to invite you to attend the 2021 Annual Members Meeting.
Presentations from our Board and Executive team will include an update on the LGIAsuper Trustee:
- Performance of the Fund in 2020/21
- Operations of the Fund in 2020/21
- Direction of the Fund in the next 12 months
Date: 4 November 2021
Time: 12:00pm - 1:30pm (AEST)
Location: Brisbane City Hall, Brisbane Room, 64 Adelaide Street, Brisbane QLD 4000
Please note, we are committed to maintaining the safety or our members and will continue to monitor the Queensland Government's COVID-19 restrictions as the date approaches. We will provide any further updates via the website and to the email address members use to register for the event.
How to register
Register to attend the Annual Members Meeting in person at Brisbane City Hall or online by clicking the links below or call 1300 436 374.
Due to COVID-19 restrictions, registrations for physical attendees are limited. Places are expected to fill quickly. To avoid disappointment register now.
You are welcome to bring a partner or guests to the event with you.
11:30am - 12:00pm Exhibition area is open, with light refreshments served
12:00pm - 1:30pm Annual Members Meeting
- Chair's address
- CEO's Fund update
- LGIAsuper investment update
- Energy Super investment update
1:30pm - 2:00pm Visit the exhibition area, with light refreshments
John Smith, Chair
Richard Flanagan, Energy Super Chair 2020-21
Kate Farrar, Chief Executive Officer
Kevin Wan Lum, Deputy Chief Investment Officer
Submit your questions
If you have questions you would like us to answer during the Annual Members Meeting, you can submit your questions ahead of time when completing the online registration form. Alternatively, you can email us at email@example.com or call us on 1300 436 374.
City Hall is committed to providing equitable access for all visitors. For more information about the venue, visit Accessibility at City Hall.
Brisbane City Council operates two public car parks in the CBD. There are also street parking meters throughout the city and surrounding inner city areas. Find information on Council's carparks.
City Hall is close to bus and train stations. To plan your travel, visit TRANSlink Journey Planner.