NGS Super and Australian Catholic Super have announced plans to merge, creating a larger, stronger fund for all our members. Here you’ll find information and updates about the planned merger.

NGS Super and Australian Catholic Super have announced plans to merge. The planned merger will create a $21 billion superannuation fund with approximately 200,000 members servicing independent and Catholic schools and the community sector across Australia. A merger of our two funds will create the largest and most inclusive superannuation fund in independent schools, Catholic education and the community sector, providing all our members with the long-term security of a specialist fund.

NGS Super’s Chair Dick Shearman said the proposed merger with Australian Catholic Super is driven by synergies between the two funds and will strengthen the fund’s position into the future.

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Questions you might have

Why is NGS Super merging with Australian Catholic Super?

Who is Australian Catholic Super (ACS)?

When will the merge happen?

Will the new fund be a Catholic fund?

How can I find out more?

Can I still call the NGS helpline for queries or assistance?


What does it mean for you as a member?

Can I still make changes to my account?

What will happen to my insurance cover?

Will there be a change to investment options?


What does it mean for you as an employer?

Can I still contact the same Client Relationship Manager (CRM)?

Will the merged fund continue to have defined benefit sub-plans?

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