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We care about being responsible and doing the right thing. It’s not only good for our members, it’s good for the community and good for business.

Corporate sustainability is how we as a company bring our approach to Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) issues into practice. We make choices that consider the environment, the communities our members live and work in and how we manage our organisation.

As an investor of retirement savings, we also focus on responsible ownership. For us, being a responsible owner means we invest for strong retirement outcomes for our members, while also considering the impact of our investments on the environment and society.

Learn about our approach to responsible ownership

Our focus areas

We aim to have a positive impact on the environment, our communities and the way we do business.

Acting on climate change

Our focus is to measure and reduce our operational carbon emissions.

Moving towards equity through reconciliation

In the spirit of healing and truth telling, we acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of Country. We pay our deepest respects to Elders past and present.

Promoting gender equality

We champion women’s economic security and promote the importance of financial education.

Aligning with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals

The United Nations established 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in 2015. These goals are important because they aim to make the world a better place for everyone. We use these goals to help shape how we make decisions. We look for ways to make a positive impact for a more equitable and sustainable world.

We selected seven SDGs where our operations could have the biggest impact. Each year we report on our contribution to these SDGs in our Annual Report’s Strategy Scorecard

Modern slavery

Modern slavery is a serious breach of dignity and human rights. It can take many forms. It could include trafficking people, forced labour and slavery. 

We have an obligation to produce a Modern Slavery Statement under the Commonwealth Modern Slavery Act 2018.  Our Modern Slavery Statement is assessed annually based on:
 

  • our supply chains
  • the investments we make. 

We do this to identify and assess our exposure to modern slavery risk. We also assess the actions we’ve been taking to address the risk.

Read our Modern Slavery Statement for 2023 (PDF, 1.4mb)

Our Annual Report

Our Annual Report is one of many ways we communicate to our members and other stakeholders. It details our performance, key outcomes achieved and our outlook for the future. 

For the first time in 2022/23 financial year, we obtained limited assurance for our operational emissions (PDF, 0.46mb).

Corporate governance and how we report

We align our Annual Report to the International Integrated Reporting Framework. This framework is a set of guidelines that help companies:

  • report on their performance
  • consider long term plans, and
  • deal with risks and opportunities.
     

The framework also helps companies communicate with transparency. 

In 2022, we achieved a Silver Award at the Australasian Reporting Awards for our 2021 Annual Report.

Annual Members Meeting

Our Annual Members Meeting is an opportunity to share with our members what we achieved during the financial year. We also share our outlook for the year ahead. 

Explore and learn

Meet our leadership team

Our board and executive team.

What it's like to work with us

Find out how you can grow your career at Aware Super.      

Our retirement strategy

Helping our members confidently create an income that can last through retirement is an essential part of what we do.