If you've worked for a number of different employers, you may have a number of super accounts. There is no fee to roll those other accounts into GESB. We can help you by contacting your other super funds and arranging the transfer on your behalf.
Consolidating your super funds into your GESB account means you'll have just one account to look after, and:
Just one account fee - you'll have more money to invest
Only one statement containing all relevant information about your super and what it is invested in
It will also help to ensure your super never becomes lost or unclaimed
How to roll in to GESB
You have two options when rolling in2 your super to GESB:
1 SuperRatings Smart database as a 31 March 2016. 2 Former WA public sector employees should consider consolidating into their active super accounts to avoid multiple fees. Before withdrawing from your GESB scheme, we recommend you read the Transferring your super page, contact us and seek independent financial advice.