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Past performance is not a reliable indication of future performance.

Why choose AMIST Super?

There are many good reasons to join AMIST Super other than our strong returns and competitive fees. We make dealing with AMIST Super easy and we’re always proud to offer and improve on features and benefits for our members.

  • Industry fund Profit-for-members; no commissions paid
  • Portable Anyone can join and take us with them no matter where they work
  • Insurance Members can opt in to have low-cost Life Insurance, Total and Permanent Disablement (TPD) Cover and Income Protection Cover. Members 25 years of age or older will automatically receive insurance cover when their account balance reaches $6000.  Insurance cover is not compulsory though so you can opt out any time.
  • Telephone advice Basic financial planning advice for members, at no extra cost!*
  • Online access View your account details online with our MemberAccess facility.
  • Low cost administration $1.70 pw+ 0.07% p.a. of your account balance
  • Solid returns
    Check out our track record of investment returns at https://www.amist.com.au/ performance-yearly/
  • Investment choice
    Choose from 7 options or a mix to suit you – plus we provide a low cost default option, AMIST MySuper
  • Pension option Receive payment of your super as an income stream:
    • Regular pension payments are not taxed from age 60 onwards,
    • Income earned on your pension balance is not taxed once you have met a condition of release (e.g. permanently retired from the workforce or after reaching age 65 years).

AMIST Super is open to anyone irrespective of their employment.
*AMIST Super has engaged Link Advice ABN 36 105 811 836, AFSL No. 258 145, to provide this advice.

Your super on the move

Now you can manage your super on your phone with our new MemberAccess mobile site. MemberAccess is our secure site that allows you to view and edit specific details about your super account. For example, you can:

  • view transactions and your account balance
  • check your investments and switch options
  • transfer super from other funds into AMIST Super
  • edit your contact details
  • find your BPAY information
  • update your beneficiaries.

How to get it.

Click on the Login button to go to the MemberAccess page. The page will recognise that you’re using a smartphone and will prompt you on how to bookmark it to your home screen. When this is done, you’ll see the AMIST Super logo icon on your screen. Tap on it to launch MemberAccess. Scroll down the page, press the “Register” button and follow the registration instructions. It’s that easy! You can also register on your computer if you prefer. Don’t forget to make a note of your password, so you can come back and check your super again and again.

About AMIST Super

For more than 30 years, AMIST Super has been helping people who work in the Australian meat industry to grow their super and plan for their retirement. But today, anyone can join.

Find out why our members choose to stay with AMIST Super—even when they leave the meat industry. It’s because we care. We also have people on the ground talking to members at their worksites. We offer a personal service. And, there are no shareholders making a profit. All the money in the Fund belongs to its members.

Your Trustees

Your Trustee comprises of a company called Australian Meat Industry Superannuation Pty Limited (ABN 25 002 981 919), which is responsible for running AMIST Super. The Trustee Board comprises three employer-nominated representatives, three member-elected representatives and one independent director. The fund members elect member representatives every five years while the Australian Meat Industry Council nominates the employer representatives. There are strict rules governing the election of member representatives. The independent director is appointed by the Board under the AMIST Constitution. They must meet the definition of “independent director” within the Superannuation Industry (Supervision) Act.

Greg Camm

Chair – Australian Meat Industry Superannuation Trust

  • Master of Business Administration, University of Melbourne
  • Bachelor of Business (Accounting & Finance), Monash University

Eight years’ experience on various boards including the Australian Research Cancer Foundation and Data Action Pty Ltd, an IT company based in Adelaide.

Almost 40 years of experience in the financial services industry, including three successful CEO roles, in banking, wealth management/life insurance and superannuation.

Kerry Johnson

Director – Australian Meat Industry Superannuation Trust

  • UTS Bachelor of Business – Major Human Resources
  • Macquarie University Post Graduate Diploma Strategic Human Resources Development
  • Australian Institute of Company Directors
  • Director on Board of MINTRAC (Meat Industry Training Advisory Council)

Kerry has worked in the Human Resources industry for almost 20 years, most recently working with Teys Australia in a variety of roles since 2010. Her current title is Group Manager Employee Relations and Organisational Development.

Geoff Yarham

Director – Australian Meat Industry Superannuation Trust
Chair – Remuneration Committee 2016 to current
Member – Audit Committee, Risk and Compliance Committee

Over 40 years in meat processing facilities, feedlots, retail ready and distribution sites across Australia. Previously a member representative director of another super fund.

Gary Hardwick

Director – Australian Meat Industry Superannuation Trust
Chair – Risk and Compliance Committee 
Member – Audit Committee Remuneration Committee

Almost 8 years’ experience as a Director of the Australian Meat Industry Superannuation Trust including participation as a member of the Risk and Compliance Committee (Chairman since 2012) and Audit Committee.

Over 40 years of private and government strategic business experience including as Managing Director/Chairperson of Board of Hardwick Meatworks (Group of companies).

Director of Australian Meat Processor Corporation, and PrimeSafe Victoria.

Has also held Directorships of Red Meat Advisory Council, Australian Meat Industry Council and past president of Meat & Allied Trades Federation Aust. (Vic) and National Meat Association.

Grant Courtney

Director – Australian Meat Industry Superannuation Trust

Grant has both worked and represented workers in the Australian meat industry for over 39 years in various roles including as:

Executive Member Australasian Meat Industry Employees Union Federal Council (1997 – 2019)

Australasian Meat Industry Employees Union Newcastle and Northern NSW Branch Secretary (2012 – 2019)

Director Meat Industry Training (2008 t0 2012)

Noel Kelson

Director – Australian Meat Industry Superannuation Trust

Certificate of Food Technology
Current Director of the Australian Meat Industry Council Board. Over 45 years of private and government strategic business experience including as an employee of the Australian Public Service, the Victorian Public Service and founding Group Manager, Quality Assurance for the Midfield Meat Group positioned at Warrnambool Victoria.

Appointed member of Ministerial Advisory Committees, Livestock identification and Livestock Compensation fund, Victoria.

Currently the State Chairperson of the Victorian branch of the Australian Meat Industry Council.

Frank Raeside

Director – Australian Meat Industry Superannuation Trust
Chair – Remuneration Committee 2012 to 2016 
Chair Audit Committee from 2016 to current 
Member – Remuneration and Risk and Compliance Committees

  • Bachelor of Business

Over 11 years’ experience as Director of the Australian Meat Industry Superannuation Trust. Over 40 years’ experience in various roles in commercial business including financial controller, accountant, finance manager and administration manager, 20 years of which is in the meat industry.

The elected member representatives are: Geoff Yarham, Grant Courtney, Frank Raeside The nominated employer representatives are: Gary Hardwick, Noel Kelson, Kerry Johnson. The Independent Director is: Greg Camm. Directors meet on a regular basis to discuss investment strategy, government legislative changes to superannuation rules, new product developments and other matters. AMIST Super also holds Australian Financial Services Licence No. 238829, which allows representatives of AMIST to give general advice about superannuation and product specific advice about AMIST. Please note that no representative of AMIST is authorised to give personal financial advice. The AMIST Trustee also holds Registerable Superannuation Entity Licence (RSEL) Number L0000895 and the Fund Registration (RSER) Number R1001778.

Your Team



Murray Rutherford

A Financial Services professional with over 20 years’ experience in regulation, licensing, compliance, product development, product administration, investments and futures trading.

General Manager, Operations

Chris Matthews

Executive with over 30 years strategic operational expertise in the Superannuation industry. Chris’ experience includes General / Executive Manager within trustee offices, fund administration and industry representative organisations including Fund Secretary and Company Secretary for Government superannuation funds.  He has also been a consultant to the superannuation industry, specialising in troubleshooting operational systems, compliance, risk management and data integrity issues.  Chris holds an Diploma in Business Administration from Sydney University and an EMBA from AGSM.

Head of Marketing & Communications

Leonie Curtis

Leonie Curtis has 30 years of experience in marketing and communications, with 28 of those years specifically working within the financial services industry, and the last 16 have been within superannuation.

At AMIST Super, Leonie is responsible for all member and employer marketing and communications including direct marketing campaigns, member engagement, regulatory and compliance communication, brand management, digital communication and website management. AMIST Super has won the prestigious AIST Awards for Excellence two years in a row for member communication campaigns.

Leonie holds a Bachelor of Business with the University of Technology, Sydney.

Head of Governance

Rebecca Fletcher

Over 11 years’ experience as a Regulatory & Compliance specialist within the superannuation industry, Rebecca holds a Bachelor of Laws/Bachelor Applied Science (Chemistry). Admitted as Solicitor of Qld in 2014.

General Manager, Client Services

Wayne Bailey

Wayne is an executive with over 25 years strategic operational expertise in the superannuation industry. Wayne’s experience includes holding roles such as Operations Manager, Compliance Manager, Administration Team Manager for one of Australia’s largest Industry Funds, Fund Administration across both Industry and Corporate Funds, including Defined Benefits, and has also worked in Financial Planning. He is a Justice of the Peace (JP-NSW), is RG146 compliant, and has been involved in numerous special projects throughout his career within the superannuation Industry.

Wayne is committed to ensuring the Client Services Team helps our members to better understand how they can get the best out of superannuation, without all the jargon.

Client Services

National Client Services Manager

Royston Bennett

Royston Bennett has worked in the superannuation industry for over 17 years and in the broader financial services industry for over 30 years. He and his team work closely with employers and members to help them understand the often complex concepts associated with superannuation.

Mobile:0437 697 737



David Ashton

David has spent over 25 years in the superannuation industry, much of this in front of members, speaking to people one-on-one and delivering seminars all over Queensland.  In addition, David in a previous role was responsible for training call centre staff in the details of superannuation.

David is here to help you understand how you can get the best out of your superannuation, in an easy to understand manner, without all the jargon.

He holds a Diploma in Financial Services (Superannuation) and is RG 146 compliant.

Phone:0434 043 785



Justine Hayes

Justine has worked in the superannuation industry for over 18 years. Previous roles have included working with financial advisers for one of Australia’s largest retail superannuation funds and educating members for a major industry fund. Justine is committed to helping members understand how super works and assisting them to maximise their superannuation and live a comfortable lifestyle in retirement. She holds a Diploma in Financial Services (Superannuation) and is RG146 compliant.

Mobile:0409 907 408



Glen Pearson

Glen has had nearly 35 years’ experience in the financial sector, mostly in banking and more recently with a superannuation industry fund. He is passionate about assisting and educating members regarding their superannuation and gets great satisfaction out of helping people.

Mobile:0418 285 649



Conrad Voss

Conrad has over 20 years’ experience in financial services working in the public, industry, boutique and listed companies sectors.  His background includes heading up financial planning and accounting companies as well as managing the distribution teams of industry super funds. He is passionate about people development, and educating members to make complex super matters easy to understand. He holds a Bachelor of Commerce and an Advanced Diploma of Financial Planning and is RG146 compliant.

Mobile:0407 919 796



Rhys Rakauskas

Rhys has worked in the financial services industry for the last 10 years with most of this time spent at not-for-profit industry super funds. During his time in the sector, he has worked in a variety of member service roles helping everyday people maximise their retirement outcomes. He is passionate about educating members, building relationships and making a difference.

Phone:0413 502 600


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