Understanding Defined Benefit Superannuation

We’re working with UniSuper to help you learn more about the Defined Benefit Division (DBD) – a topic that can be complex to grasp. We encourage you to register. 

DBD explained

Wednesday, 28th July at 12:00pm


Whether you’re new to UniSuper or you’ve been a member for a little while – you probably have some questions about the Defined Benefit Division (DBD). But where do you start?

This webcast provides an overview of defined benefit super, as well as a breakdown of UniSuper’s DBD.

We’ll discuss:

  • types of super
  • the DBD in action
  • inbuilt benefits and insurance
  • default member contributions

Our interactive webcast allows you to submit questions during the presentation by UniSuper’s Michael Stone, Superannuation Consultant.

Suitable for members at any age who wish to get a better understanding of the DBD.

We know super is complex. That’s why we have a library of webcasts available, designed to help you get to know your super and understand a range of financial subjects.
You can access our on-demand webcasts any time on any device. We have a range of topics for people at various life stages, from starting to take an interest in super investments through to those getting retirement ready.
Visit the webcast library to get started. You can also view and register for our upcoming live and interactive webcasts.  
Of course, we’re always here to help. If you’d like to chat to a Member Services consultant or would like some general information about your account, please call our team on
1800 331 685 or email us at enquiry@unisuper.com.au

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