About us

PSSap (the Public Sector Superannuation Accumulation Plan) was established by the Superannuation Act 2005 and was designed exclusively for current and former Australian Government employees. PSSap is an accumulation fund, which means that your super accumulates depending on your contributions and investment performance. PSSap is a ‘profit for members’ fund – commissions are not paid and all net investment returns are returned to members.

See how PSSap works to learn more about PSSap.

See ­Ancillary member to learn why CSS and PSS members may also want to join PSSap.

Important scheme information

Trustee

 Commonwealth Superannuation Corporation (CSC)

Trust Deed and Rules

See Governing Legislation and Trust Deed.

Nomination, appointment and removal of trustee directors

See Corporate Governance in the About Us section of the CSC website – details are included in Commonwealth Superannuation Corporation Board Charter and in the Board Renewal Policy.

Product Disclosure Statement (PDS)

 

Annual Report to members

 

Financial Services Guides (FSG)

 

Significant Event Notices

Significant event notices made within the previous 2 years.

Material business activities – outsourced services providers

See Service Providers in the About Us section of the CSC website.

Board of directors

See Who we are in the About Us section of the CSC website.  Includes details of qualifications, experience and meeting attendance.

Executive team

See Who we are in the About Us section of the CSC website.

Summary of conflicts management policies

See Corporate Governance in the About Us section of the CSC website

Register of Duties and Interests

See Corporate Governance in the About Us section of the CSC website

Proxy voting policies

See Proxy voting in the Investment section of the CSC website.

Summary of the exercise of voting rights

See Proxy voting in the Investment section of the CSC website.

Executive Officer remuneration 

See Corporate Governance in the About Us section of the CSC website