Updates on LGIAsuper and Energy Super merger

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This page lists the updates we have published on the progress of LGIAsuper's merger with Energy Super, which was completed on 1 July 2021.

Latest updates

29 July 2021: Important notice for employers making Energy Super contributions 

Energy Super has a new fund name, Australian Business Number (ABN) and Unique Superannuation Identifier (USI). When submitting contributions for employees with Energy Super accounts, please use the new details provided on this notice.

1 July 2021: LGIAsuper and Energy Super have merged

LGIAsuper and Energy Super completed their merger on 1 July 2021. The merger has created a strong Queensland-based superannuation fund of around $24 billion, managed on behalf of approximately 123,000 members (combined figures from both funds, as at 1 July 2021).

1 July 2021: Frequently asked questions about the merger

We’ve answered some of the most common questions about the LGIAsuper and Energy Super merger. Find out more about our vision for the future and the potential benefits for members.


Previous updates

19 May 2021: LGIAsuper Board and Executive team from 1 July 2021

Following the planned merger of LGIAsuper and Energy Super, a new Board and Executive Leadership Team have been selected to drive our fund from 1 July 2021.

10 March 2021: Kate Farrar to lead merged Queensland superannuation fund

With the planned merger of LGIAsuper and Energy Super just over three months away, the funds’ Boards have announced that Kate Farrar, current LGIAsuper CEO, has been appointed to lead the merged organisation from 1 July 2021.

21 December 2020: Update on LGIAsuper and Energy Super merger plans

The merger between LGIAsuper and Energy Super has progressed to the next stage, with LGIAsuper and Energy Super’s boards approving for the deal to proceed to completion on 1 July 2021.

7 October 2020: LGIAsuper and Energy Super enter merger discussions to explore benefits to members

LGIAsuper has announced it is in the initial stages of exploring a potential merger opportunity with fellow leading Queensland profit-for-member superannuation fund, Energy Super.


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If you have any questions about our merger with Energy Super, please contact us on 1800 444 396.