Coronavirus, your super and you
At Statewide Super, our members have always been our number one priority.
To ensure we continue to look after your best interests during the Coronavirus pandemic, we've introduced a number of measures to help protect you, your super and our team. Below you'll find the answers to a number of frequently asked questions in relation to the Coronavirus, along with the new measures in place to protect you and our team.
The information provided contains general advice which does not take into account your specific objectives, financial situation or needs. Before investing, you should consider the appropriateness of this general advice with regard to your personal circumstances. You may also wish to obtain independent financial advice. This information is not intended to be, and should not be construed in any way as, investment, legal, or personal advice.
Investment returns can go up and down and are not guaranteed. All investments have risk, and past performance is not a reliable indicator of future performance. For more information on risks associated with investing, consider the Risks of Super and How we invest your money booklets.
Statewide Super holds an Australian Financial Services Licence (AFSL) that allows it to provide general and personal financial advice. Statewide Super Financial Planners are employees and Authorised Representatives of Statewide Super, who is responsible for any advice given to you by them. Statewide Super also has an accredited network of financial advisers (“Accredited Advisers”) based locally and regionally. Advice provided to you by these Accredited Advisers will be provided under the AFSL held by a third party. That third party is responsible for the financial advice given to you by an Accredited Adviser.