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As the nation’s voice for profit-to-member super,
we lead the way in policy change, education and industry events.
AIST advocates for financial wellbeing in retirement for all Australians regardless of their gender, culture, education or socio-economic background. Through leadership and excellence, AIST supports profit-to-member funds to achieve member-first outcomes and fairness across the retirement system.
We are a not-for-profit membership organisation representing the interests of Australia’s $1.5 trillion profit-to-member superannuation industry. Our members are the trustee directors and employees of industry, corporate and government superannuation funds.
Through our advocacy, policy, research and professional development, we are shaping a better retirement outcome for all Australians.
Our member funds operate under a business model to return profit to members only and always put members’ best interests first. This unique members’ first culture drives our decision making and is always the focus of our advocacy work.
AIST is committed to conducting business in a responsible way at all times and to supporting the communities in which we live and work through a range of programs and activities.
We act as a socially responsible organisation by offsetting our carbon footprint, volunteering for and supporting Mother's Day Classic, Women in Super and Literacy for Life Foundation (LFLF).
As an organisation committed to fairness, equity and advancing retirement outcomes for all Australians, we also recognise that we have an important role to play in promoting reconciliation with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and we are proud to share our Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP).
Our RAP outlines the practical steps that we are taking to build respectful relationships as well as create social change and economic opportunities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians.
We hope this framework will enable us to develop meaningful initiatives to help close the gap in disadvantage experienced by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, particularly in regards to retirement outcomes.