UniSuper opens physical shopfronts
Education industry super fund UniSuper has opened a number of shopfronts at universities around the country to provide members with financial advice services, including insurance.
The fund has opened shopfronts on the campuses of Monash University, Sydney University, the University of New South Wales, the University of Western Australia and Queensland University of Technology, with plans to open additional locations in the coming six months.
The fund’s executive manager for advice, Jack McCartney, said the opening of these premises will help the fund to better provide advice services to its members.
“The initiative further deepens our relationship with our university partners and makes it even easier for our members to access our extensive advice services by bringing advice to their workplace,” he said.
“We are committed to making our advice services accessible to all members and opening a branch on-campus is an innovative way for us to achieve this goal.”
The on-campus offices will be operated by a “full-time on-campus consultant”.
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