Link Group has signed a five-year agreement with Queensland-based Intrust Super to provide technology-driven administration services to the industry fund’s members.
Link Group will offer Intrust Super’s members with a range of digital tools to "better drive member engagement", according to a statement by the administration provider.
The five-year agreement will see Link Group provide Intrust members with a micro-investing mobile app, the capacity to change their pension frequency, and an “enhanced mechanism” for employers to contribute to an Intrust member’s super account.
Link Fund Administration chief executive Suzanne Holden said the two companies were both “deeply focused” on driving member engagement.
“We will work closely with Intrust so it can continue to deliver first-rate solutions to its superannuation and pension members and employer base.
“Our scale, the adaptability of our systems and our continuous investment in innovation and analytics, allows [sic] us to grow with the needs of our superannuation fund customers, helping them better service their members, right down to making sure they benefit from the everyday transactions they make,” she said.
Based in Brisbane, Intrust Super has $2.3 billion assets under management and nearly 117,000 members.
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