Julie Lander

Julie Lander

Chief Executive Officer

‘Over 230,000 Australians trust us with their super to improve their post work lives. That’s a responsibility we take very seriously.’

Julie is the Chief Executive Officer of CareSuper. She’s responsible for developing the business strategy and plan designed to help members achieve the best retirement outcomes they can and to support employers as their key superannuation partner. She oversees the implementation of these plans across the fund, with the support of the executive team.

A highly experienced leader, Julie has over 30 years’ experience in superannuation, having held senior roles across both corporate and industry super funds. Previously she was National HR Manager for a major employer organisation. She has also worked in human resources in the manufacturing industry and for organisations in the professional services industry.

Julie holds a Bachelor of Business, a Graduate Diploma of Organisational Leadership, and is RG146 qualified. She is a Director and Fellow of Australian Institute of Superannuation Trustees (AIST), where she also serves on the Policy Committee. In addition, she is a Director of the Fund Executives Association Limited and a Member of AHRI and AICD.

Articles by Julie Lander

CareSuper clarifies recent media coverage

Industry news
19 November 2021
You may have seen recent media reports regarding the potential impact of new legislation that will affect all profit-to-member super funds from January 2022.
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Five actions employers can take to improve outcomes for women

Women & super
17 June 2021
There have been some important issues raised this year around women and what must be done to achieve better outcomes for their financial futures.
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A message from our CEO

Super updates
18 May 2021

This month we’ve been supporting the Mother’s Day Classic, a fun run/walk that raises much-needed funds for breast cancer research. 

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An update from our CEO

Announcements
22 October 2020
This year certainly has turned out to be unusual in many respects, amid so much uncertainty, we’re proud to have delivered a positive return for members.
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An update from our CEO

Industry news
15 May 2020
It’s been positive to see the way people have adapted and even thrived in the unique situation we find ourselves in. I think it’s fair to say no one envisioned coping with a global pandemic when they thought about their plans for 2020. Despite all the changes to our daily lives, our priority is you – our members – and your retirement savings.
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A message from our CEO

Announcements
19 March 2020
We are undeniably in a challenging environment that’s continually evolving. COVID-19 is affecting us all in some way. Things may be uncertain out there, but some things never change - our priority is as always, our members. We’re still right here and working hard to help you achieve your financial goals.
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You’re with a certified Carbon Neutral fund

Product & services
14 February 2020
We’re proud to be one of the first super funds to be certified Carbon Neutral by the Australian Government through Climate Active – Australia’s collective initiative for climate action.
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CareSuper wins ‘MySuper of the Year’ for 2018

Announcements
12 December 2018
We’re pleased to say that CareSuper was recently recognised by SuperRatings as a high-performer in the industry, receiving both the ‘Best Growth Return 2012–2017’ award and the prestigious ‘MySuper of the Year’ award for 2018.
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Canstar awards CareSuper five stars

Industry news
12 November 2018
Consumer advocate and expert ratings agency, Canstar, has awarded CareSuper a 5-star rating for Outstanding Value. This makes us one of only seven funds in the country to be recognised with this top rating.
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Productivity Commission releases draft report into super

Industry news
7 November 2018
The Productivity Commission released a draft report on Tuesday, which warns of under-performing funds and shows the divide in performance between not-for-profit funds and retail funds.
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