Reconciliation and Rest
As one of Australia’s largest profit-to-member super funds, Rest recognises we can play a role in achieving reconciliation and supporting a more equitable future for all our members.
Our Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) formalises our commitment to addressing inequalities that exist for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. It outlines how we’re embedding the principles and purpose of reconciliation across our organisation to support our First Nations members, staff and communities.
We understand that the impact of climate change concerns our members, and that it is a financial risk for long term investors. With 50% of our members under the age of 30*** and with decades before retirement, it is important to think long term. So, we have adopted an objective to achieve a net zero carbon footprint for the fund by 2050. This reinforces our approach to managing ESG factors like climate-related risk and aligns with long term investment performance. Click here to learn more about Rest’s roadmap to net zero emissions by 2050.