Building Unions Superannuation Scheme (QLD)

Overview

Building Unions Superannuation Scheme (QLD), also known as BUSS(Q), is an Australian-owned trust which operates as a superannuation fund for members of the building and construction industry in Queensland. BUSS(Q) is headquartered in Milton, Queensland and manages approximately $3.7 billion in funds. The fund has over 90,000 members from approximately 14,500 employers.

Building Unions Superannuation Scheme (QLD) offers the following investment options to its members and participating employers:

 Pre-mixed options:

  • Premium Defensive
  • Balanced Growth
  • High Growth

 Single asset class options:

  • Cash
  • Australian Shares
  • International (Emerging Markets) Shares
  • All shares
  • Diversified Fixed Interest
  • Australian (Larger Companies) Shares
  • Australian (Small Companies) Shares
  • International Shares

 BUSS(Q) also offers its members financial planning services and insurance products.

 

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