AMP-owned SMSF administrator SuperConcepts has announced plans to expand its footprint in South Australia.
SuperConcepts, the SMSF administration subsidiary of AMP, has announced plans to expand its operations in Adelaide, which will create 52 'highly skilled' jobs.
The expansion will see the company increase its national operations in Adelaide, the statement said.
SuperConcepts chief executive Natasha Fenech said, “We’re excited to be expanding our presence in South Australia and contributing to the growth of the financial services industry in the region.
“This agreement represents another step forward for the SuperConcepts business and will be a foundation for further growth and investment in South Australia.
“We will continue to invest to expand and evolve our offering to both build our presence in South Australia and so we can deliver greater efficiency, both for our business and for our customers through innovative, simple and cost effective solutions.”
The SA government is providing $1.6 million to support the expansion via the Economic Investment Fund.
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