At the Annual Members’ Meeting for Financial Year 2020/21 we gave an update on the performance of the fund, shared our outlook for the year ahead and answered member questions. A recording of this meeting is available here.

Annual Members’ Meeting – 1 March 2022

The recording is broken up into chapters so you can click ahead to the section that most interests you:

  • 04:55 – Introduction
  • 11:55 – Presentation by Trustee Chair – Gai McGrath
  • 33:27 – Presentation by Chief Investment Officer – Corrin Collocott
  • 49:00 – Presentation by Chief Executive Officer – Matthew Rady
  • 56:11 – Q&A

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What is the Annual Members' Meeting?

The An­nual Mem­bers’ Meet­ing is an op­por­tu­nity for you to hear about the per­for­mance of your super fund during the 2020/​21 ­fi­nan­cial year. Members will also be updated on the future outlook and how we are managing your investment.

Why did I receive an invitation to this meeting?

You were invited as a member of one of the following funds: BT Super, BT Super for Life, Westpac Group Plan, Defined Benefits Active, Defined Ben­efits Pension, BT Panorama Super, BT Super Invest, and BT Protection Plan- Income Protection as Super and BT Protection Plan – Term Life as Super.

What will I get out of attending or watching the Annual Members’ Meeting?

At the meeting, we discussed the management and performance of the su­per fund and gave members a chance to ask questions of the people who manage their superannuation. Attendance was voluntary but if you couldn’t join us, you can now watch a recording of the meeting and read the minutes on this page.

I was an Asgard Employee Super Account member, why was I invited to a BT Annual Members’ Meeting?

If you were a member of the Asgard Employee Super Account, you were invited to the BT Annual Member Meeting because your super was recently transferred to BT Super, which is within BT Retirement Wrap. This was an opportunity to learn more about your new fund. You could also have at­tended the Asgard Annual Members’ Meeting.

Where can I access my superannuation statements?

For BT Super please sign in to your account at bt.com.au/​btsuperportal or via the BT Panorama app, then click on ‘Document library’ in the left-hand menu.

For BT Super for Life, lo­gin via your West­pac LiveBank of Mel­bourneSt.George or BankSA on­line bank­ing to view your statement.


This information is prepared by BT Funds Management Limited ABN 63 002 916 458 AFSL 2333724 RSE L0001090 (BTFM) the trustee of the superannuation fund Retirement Wrap ABN 39 827 542 991 RSE R1001327.

It is current as at 28 March 2022 and does not take into account your personal objectives, financial situation or needs and so you should consider its appropriateness, having regard to your personal objectives, financial situation and needs before acting on it.

Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future performance. Awards are opinions only, are not recommendations and are only one factor to be taken into account when deciding to acquire, dispose of or hold a financial product.