Current offer documents

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The current wrap offer documents are available from https://www.macquarie.com.au/advisers/solutions/macquarie-wrap.html

This Product Disclosure Statement is to be read in conjunction with the relevant Zurich insurance Product Disclosure Statement. To view the Zurich website, please click here.

Previous offer documents

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Material Event Notices (MEN)

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Significant Event Notices (SEN)

9 April 2020 – Temporary Reduction in Pension Minimums

In response to COVID-19, the Federal Government has announced a temporary reduction in the minimum pension payment requirements for the 2019/20 and 2020/21 financial years.

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22 April 2020 – Temporary Early Release of Superannuation

In response to COVID-19, the Federal Government has announced a temporary measure allowing the early release of your superannuation if you have been impacted by coronavirus, subject to eligibility.

The measure allows for two tax-free payments of up to $10,000 provided you apply for the first between 20 April 2020 and 30 June 2020, and the second between 1 July 2020 and 24 September 2020.

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24 August 2020 – Changes to your Wrap Cash Account

Notification of the introduction of a new Cash Administration Fee and change to the cash account investment structure.

Related SENs:

25 November 2020 – Cash Hub Administration fee/Interest Rate Changes

Changes include:

  • A decrease in the maximum cash hub administration fee from 2.41% to 1.5%
  • A change to the cash hub minimum interest rate.

Related SENs:

1 October 2021 – Operational Risk Financial Requirement (ORFR) Fee and Design and Distribution Obligations (DDO)

Changes include:

  • Introduction of an ORFR fee and disclosure of estimated regulatory and operating expenses the Trustee will recover from the superannuation fund (not applicable for previous SuperOptions members)
  • A change to the variable fee range for cash administration fees on cash accounts
  • Our response to the commencement of the Design and Distribution Obligations which includes:
    • target market determinations,
    • restricting investments choices and tools for accounts without a linked financial adviser, and
    • restricting advisers’ ability to transact where personal advice has not been provided and where the adviser determines the transaction is not consistent with the target market determination for the product
  • Changes to the complaints processes regarding new regulatory timeframes

Other minor changes were implemented regarding the way adviser service fees can be charged, the removal of the Eligible Rollover Fund, the proposed introduction of dollar cost averaging for SMAs, electronic signature procedures, and a disclosure relating to reporting and rounding calculations.

Related SENs:

Superannuation fund trust deed

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Superannuation fund annual reports

Superannuation portfolio holdings disclosure (PHD)

Superannuation fund trustees are required to make publicly available information about the assets and derivatives, within each investment option, that are held by the trustee or an associated entity.

Portfolio holdings information for the Macquarie Superannuation Plan is provided below.

  • Portfolio Holdings for the Macquarie Superannuation Plan

    This file provides a consolidated view of the Macquarie Superannuation Plan’s portfolio holdings. It includes information relating to the investment items within investment options that are provided by another Macquarie entity. Each of the sheets in this file are also provided individually below.

    Download the excel file here.

  • Macquarie Superannuation Plan - Total Holdings

    This sheet discloses all investment options held within the Macquarie Superannuation Plan.

    Download the csv file here.

  • Macquarie Separately Managed Account Holdings

    This sheet discloses information about the Macquarie Superannuation Plan’s holdings within the Macquarie Separately Managed Account (SMA).

    Download the csv file here.

  • Macquarie Managed Fund Holdings

    This sheet discloses information about the Macquarie Superannuation Plan’s holdings in managed investment schemes and pooled deposit products that are issued by another Macquarie entity.

    Download the csv file here.

  • Other Managed Fund Holdings

    This sheet discloses information about the Macquarie Superannuation Plan’s holdings in managed investment schemes that are issued by non-associated entities.

    Download the csv file here.

Separately Managed Account (SMA)

Read the proposed change of Responsible Entity notice for Macquarie Separately Managed accounts (SMAs) here.

Trust deed

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Offer documents (closed to new investments)

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Annual reports

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Significant event notices (SEN)

24 April 2020 – Macquarie ADF Superannuation Fund Fixed Pension Plan Successor Fund Transfer

An assessment by Macquarie Investment Management Limited of the product features and governing rules of the Macquarie ADF Superannuation Fund has been carried out. This has led to a determination that it is in the best interests of Fixed Pension Plan members to be transferred to the Macquarie Pension Manager product within the Macquarie Superannuation Plan.

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11 May 2020 – Temporary Reduction in Pension Minimums

In response to COVID-19, the Federal Government has announced a temporary reduction in the minimum pension payment requirements for the 2019/20 and 2020/21 financial years.

Related SENs:

4 June 2020 – Temporary Early Release of Superannuation

In response to COVID-19, the Federal Government has announced a temporary measure allowing the early release of your superannuation if you have been impacted by coronavirus, subject to eligibility.

The measure allows for two tax-free payments of up to $10,000 provided you apply for the first between 20 April 2020 and 30 June 2020, and the second between 1 July 2020 and 24 September 2020.

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28 July 2020 – Macquarie SuperOptions Product Transitions

An assessment by Macquarie Investment Management Limited of the product features and governing rules of SuperOptions has led to a determination that it is in the best interests of SuperOptions members to be transferred to other products within the Macquarie Superannuation Plan.

As a result:

  • members of the Macquarie SuperOptions Super product will be transferred to the Macquarie Super Accumulator product; and
  • members of the Macquarie SuperOptions Pension product will be transferred to the Macquarie Pension Manager product.

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Investor updates

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Annual Members’ Meeting

Meeting information

The 2020/21 Annual Members' Meeting for the Macquarie Superannuation Plan was held on 3 March 2022. This was a virtual meeting for all members of the Fund that was hosted by the trustee, Macquarie Investment Management Limited.

Visit our Macquarie Superannuation Plan Annual Members’ Meeting page here.

Member Outcomes Assessment Summary

Executive Summary

The trustee of Macquarie Superannuation Plan (MSP) and Definitive Superannuation Plan (DSP), Macquarie Investment Management Limited (the Trustee) is required to annually assess and compare the quality and competitiveness of its superannuation and pension products.

The Trustee has completed its member outcomes assessment for the Macquarie Superannuation Plan and Definitive Superannuation Plan for the period 1 April 2020 to 31 March 2021– this assessment covers the following superannuation and pension products (collectively, ‘the products’):

Macquarie Superannuation Plan

  1. Super and Pension Manager II
  2. Super and Pension Consolidator II (Engage and Elevate investment menus)
  3. Super and Pension Consolidator*, including the following branded products
    a) Vision Super and Pension
  4. Super and Pension Manager*, including the following branded products
    a) Private Portfolio Solution Super Account*
    b) Private Portfolio Solution Pension Account*
    c) Premium Super Online*
    d) Premium Pension Online*
    e) Premium Portfolio Service Super Account*
    f) Premium Portfolio Service Pension Account*
  5. Super Accumulator*
  6. Term Allocated Pension Manager*

Definitive Superannuation Plan

  1. Definitive Super Account*
  2. Definitive Pension Account*

* Note these products are closed to new members.

These products are choice platform products that are only available for members who choose the relevant product. There are no members who default into a MIML product and so there are no MySuper members. 

Following the completion of this assessment, the Trustee has determined that for the products listed, it is promoting the financial interests of members – this document summarises the results of the Trustee’s assessment. 

 

 

Overall determination

The Trustee has determined that it is promoting the financial interests of beneficiaries in relation to all of its superannuation and pension products.

 

 

Publication date: 7 October 2021

Member Outcomes Assessment Summary

SuperStream employer information

As part of the SuperStream reforms, employers are required to send super contribution payments and related contribution data electronically to super funds using the new Data and Payments Standard (the Standard). 

We encourage you to familiarise yourself with your obligations under the SuperStream reforms. We have included below several videos and FAQs by the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) to help you understand the SuperStream reforms. For more information, please visit the employer section of the ATO website.

From the ATO

Contributing to Macquarie superannuation fund

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Macquarie-administered superannuation funds are able to receive SuperStream contributions.

We will continue to accept contributions using existing methods during the transitional period for those employers who have not transitioned to the Standard and are not yet ready to send contributions using an eligible SuperStream method.

Transition period - key dates explained

  • Medium to large employers: If you have 20 or more employees, SuperStream starts on 1 July 2014. Employers will then have until 30 June 2015 to meet the SuperStream requirements for sending superannuation contributions for your employees.
  • Small employers: If you have 19 or fewer employees, SuperStream applies from 1 July 2015. Small employers will then have until 30 June 2016 to meet the SuperStream requirements for sending Superannuation contributions for your employees.

Sending contributions under the new Standard

Employers or their service providers can obtain the appropriate crediting details (bank details for EFT payments and biller codes for BPAY) from the ATO Fund Validation Service.

Employers will require the following fund information to send contribution information and payments via the Standard:

  • Unique superannuation identifier (USI) and superannuation product name – view a list of USIs for Macquarie product:
    • Macquarie Super Manager - 65508799106031
    • Macquarie Super Accumulator - 65508799106041
    • SuperOptions Super Plan - 65508799106063
    • Macquarie Super Consolidator - 65508799106172
    • Macquarie ADF Super/Rollover Plan - 68073150096065
    • FutureWise Super Insurance - 65508799106108
    • Macquarie Life Active Super Insurance - 65508799106170
  • Australian business number (ABN)
  • Bank account details
  • Electronic service address.

Employers or their service providers can use the USI to assist with identifying the individual super product on the ATO’s Fund Validation Service in order to obtain the crediting details for that super product. Please refer to the ATO resources on this page for more information.

Sending contributions under existing methods

Please note our existing direct debit, direct credit (direct deposit facility) and BPAY payment options for employer contributions are not eligible SuperStream contribution formats. However, we will continue to offer existing contribution methods for employers to  meet Superannuation Guarantee (SG) obligations while they  preparing to upgrade to an eligible SuperStream method.

We recommend employers transition to a SuperStream compliant method as soon as practical (as outlined in the previous section ‘Sending contributions under the new Standard’).

Meeting SuperStream standards

The ATO has advised employers have several options for meeting the Standard for contributions, such as:

  • upgrading payroll software
  • using an outsourced payroll or other service provider
  • using a commercial clearing house.

Please view the ATO’s Prepare now for SuperStream flyer for a summary of what you need to do.

If you have any questions regarding how to make employer contributions to our super product, please contact us.

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