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Information for Advisers

Over the coming months we will continue to update this page with information in the lead-up to Statewide Super’s merger with Hostplus. 

Please check back regularly for the latest news and updates.

We’ll keep you informed

We will communicate directly with our external adviser network in the lead up to the merger to explain the changes to your client's account and the actions they may need to take.
So that we can keep you fully informed of important merger information, please ensure we have your up-to-date contact details. You can update your details by contacting us on 1300 885 665 or email us by clicking here.

Webinar series

In early 2022 we’ll hold a series of webinars for our external adviser network, providing you with further information on the merger and giving you the chance to ask questions of both Statewide Super and Hostplus. The following topics will be covered during these sessions:

  • what the merger means for you and your clients
  • actions you may need to take as a result of the merger and how we will support you
  • a timeline of important events leading up to the merger
  • an outline of changes to your existing arrangement with Statewide Super, including Third Party Authorities, fee arrangements and portal access
  • an overview of Hostplus investment options and products, and
  • the continuity of service to advisers

We will be inviting all advisers and their support teams to take part in these webinars and will notify you of details via email, and our website, once confirmed.

  • ADVISER FAQ

    We understand that as one of our Associated Financial Advisers (AFAs) you may have a number of questions regarding the upcoming merger and what it means for you and your clients.

    Below you will find the answers to some frequently asked questions. We will continue to update these questions and answers in the lead up to the merger.

    Why are Statewide Super and Hostplus merging?

    Trustees of superannuation funds must act in their members’ best financial interests at all times. This includes ensuring that the fund has sufficient and tangible growth to develop and leverage scale benefits and other advantages for the benefits of members and stakeholders.

    One way to achieve this objective is through funds merging to pool their assets, in order to further enhance member outcomes.
    Having undertaken extensive due diligence to examine all options available, the trustees of both funds have determined that a merger is in the best financial interests of their respective members.

    When is the merger going to happen?

    Following the trustee of each of Statewide Super and Hostplus formally agreeing on 9 December 2021 to pursue a merger, the funds will look to complete the merger on or soon after 1 April 2022. 

    As an AFA, how will this change affect me?

    Hostplus and Statewide Super are working together to help ensure that the transition causes minimal disruption to your business and your clients, and to ensure you continue to enjoy the same level of service that you’ve come to expect.

    Will I continue to have access to local support?

    Yes. As part of the merger agreement, all local jobs in Adelaide and Darwin will be preserved.

    This will allow us to retain our unwavering commitment to South Australia and the Northern Territory, and we will continue to provide our local adviser and member services, including the Statewide Super Hub in Victoria Square (Tarntanyangga) and the office in Darwin.

  • RECENT COMMUNICATIONS

    Below you can view recent communications sent to advisers in regards to the April 2022 merger.

  • IMPORTANT INFORMATION

    Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future performance. 

    The information provided may contain general advice which does not consider your specific objectives, financial situation or needs. Before making an investment decision about Statewide Super, you should consider the appropriateness of this general advice with regard to your personal circumstances, You may also wish to obtain independent financial advice.

    Statewide Superannuation Pty Ltd ABN 62 008 099 223 (AFSL 243171) Trustee and RSE Licensee of Statewide Superannuation Trust ABN 54 145 196 298 (“Statewide Super”). In deciding whether to acquire, or continue to hold a Statewide Super product, please consider the applicable Product Disclosure Statement (PDS) and Target Market Determination available at statewide.com.au or by calling 1300 65 18 65.