The 18th SuperRatings and Lonsec Fund of the Year Awards, was hosted virtually for the first time and was attended by over 750 industry members.

In a year of momentous change and disruption, it is critical that we continue to connect and recognise the outstanding work that funds are doing to provide stability and guidance for their members.

As always, we recognise those funds that have gone above and beyond in delivering for their members, including the overall Fund of the Year for 2021. While our awards session was held virtually this year, the achievements to be celebrated are very real.

This year’s awards was held virtually on 29 October in a 1.5-hour online session.

Congratulations to all of the awards’ winners

Congratulations to all of the awards’ nominees


  • 3 PM


    Opening and Introduction

  • 3.10 PM

    Market Update


    3.10 PM

  • 3:25 PM


    Award Session 1

    • Momentum Award
    • Infinity Award
    • Net Benefit Award
    • Smooth Ride Award
    • Investment Option Award by Lonsec Research
  • 3.35 PM

    Panel : "Super is good, but is it good enough?"


    3.35 PM

  • 4.20 PM


    Award Session 2

    • Career Fund of the Year Award
    • MySuper of the Year Award
    • MyChoice Super of the Year Award
    • Pension of the Year Award
    • Fund of the Year Award 2021
  • 4.30 PM

    Thank you and Closing


    4.30 PM


SuperRatings Executive Director Kirby Rappell drew on SuperRatings’ wealth of data to show how funds are delivering on member outcomes, while adapting to new challenges across insurance, regulatory changes, and market volatility.


Super is good, but is it good enough?

The pandemic has taught us that super is essential for the economy and our retirement. However, we must maintain focus on future opportunities for improvement. Our panel of industry leaders discussed the key learnings from COVID-19 and what we as an industry could do to make super an even stronger pillar of our retirement system.



Kirby Rappell

Executive Director of SuperRatings

Jeremy Cooper

Chairman, Retirement Income – Challenger Limited

Darren Wickham

Executive General Manager, Group Life, TAL

Adam Gee

Head of Strategy/Deputy CEO, GROW Super

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