Slater and Gordon is well underway in the Get Your Super Back campaign – we have now commenced four class actions on behalf of members of retail superannuation funds. These are:
- A class action against Colonial First State relating to low interest rates on cash and term deposit investments,
- A class action against AMP relating to excessive fees and low interest rates on cash investments,
- A second action against Colonial First State, in this case relating to excessive fees charged to pay commissions to financial advisers,
- A class action against BT Super relating to low returns on its cash investment option.
For more information on these class actions, please visit: https://www.slatergordon.com.au/get-your-super-back
Who is eligible to participate in these class actions?
The first class action is for Colonial First State members and the second is for AMP members.
However, we plan to launch other similar class actions soon that will apply to members of other bank-owned super funds.
Will it be difficult to participate and pursue compensation?
No. Participating in an open class action is straightforward and you will not be required to play an active role to participate.
So what should I do now?
Sit tight! We will provide you with important updates as they occur.
How can I help at this stage?
Class actions are about strength in numbers. So we would appreciate your help in getting others to register their interest with us.