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ASIC like working with industry funds, and IFM. See their release below. Personnaly I did not realise that "community outreach" was part of ASIC's role, and I have no idea now the Agangu people in SA would need outreach from QSuper, nor how this satisfies the member requirements of Qsuper members.

18-155MR ASIC leads super industry on outreach trip to the APY Lands
ASIC is on the road this week, leading a group of senior executives from the (Aust Super/HESTA/Super SA/ QSuper and Prime Super) to visit South Australia’s remote Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara (APY) Lands.

An initiative of ASIC’s Indigenous Outreach Program (IOP), the group will be in the APY Lands from 28 May – 2 June, to both learn from and help local Indigenous consumers with their super.

Representatives from Australian Super, HESTA, Super SA, QSuper and Prime Super will work directly with community members and interpreters to connect Anangu – the Pitjantjatjara and Yankunytjatjara-speaking people - with their superannuation entitlements.