Qld’s LG Super becomes LGIA

Queensland-based local government fund, LGSuper has moved to differentiate itself via rebrand.

With similarly-named funds in other states, LGSuper has moved for a rebrand to Local Government Investment Australia (LGIA).

The rebrand will take effect next month.

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The fund's chair, Bronwyn Morris said the move was aimed at bringing greater clarity to the brand and eliminating any confusion in the market with other funds and organisations.

LGSuper celebrated its 50th anniversary last year and offers superannuation coverage for Queensland local governance employees and their spouses.




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