Become a member
Founded in 1962, ASFA is the only peak body to truly represent all aspects of the superannuation industry. ASFA’s greatest resource, in fact, is its breadth of membership.
Become a member and:
- Drive the debate and steer ASFA's advocacy and policy positions through our 10 policy sub-committees and various working groups
- Get the information you need when you need it. ASFA ensures that its members are constantly updated with what is happening through our targeted e-communications vehicles such as 'ASFA Action', ‘Policy Watch’, 'The Voice' and the new 'ASFA Insight'.
- ASFA's diverse national and state events program keeps you abreast of industry developments by giving you access to high quality speakers and subject matter experts
- Access ASFA's extensive range of Research and Best Practice Papers and discussion papers
- Our ASFA Learning products and services are industry leading and developed in consultation with our members.
- Select the appropriate membership description from ASFA membership fees 2012-2013 (below)
- Download and complete the ASFA Membership Application Form
- Mail or email your completed application together with payment to ASFA (as directed on the application form)
Please call the ASFA Membership Team if you need any assistance: tel: 9264 9300 or, outside Sydney 1800 812 798
ASFA MEMBERSHIP FEES 2012 - 2013
||Funds Under Management (FUM) $
||Service Provider staff numbers
||Less than 50 million
||1 – 2
||50 million to less than 100 million
||3 – 7
||100 million to less than 500 million
||8 – 19
||500 million to less than 1 billion
||20 – 30
||1 billion to less than 5 billion
||31 – 45
||5 billion to less than 10 billion
||46 – 60
||10 billion to less than 25 billion
||61 or more
||Over 25 billion
|*An additional $500 per $1 billion in funds under management (or part thereof) over $25 billion applies.
How we work out your membership fee
All Funds pay a fee per $m in Funds under management — the total amount invested in superannuation.
All Service Provider members pay a fee based on the number of their employees involved in superannuation*.
* This term means any person whose duties include superannuation management or administration and may include fund administrators, investment management personnel, investment advisers, account managers, sales, marketing and communications staff, secretarial/administrative support, IT support, legal and accounting personnel, financial and para planners and insurance underwriters. Individuals are included even if only part of their role is related to superannuation.