PDS & Member Guides
Our Product Disclosure Statements (PDS) and related Member Guides help provide you with important information about investing your super with Prime Super.
Key features of our PDS
- Product information including super, investments and insurances
- Applicable fees and charges
- The benefits and risks of investing
- Application forms, should you wish to join Prime Super.
You can also review our Target Market Determination for our products below.
Target Market Determination
What is a target market determination?
A Target Market Determination (TMD) is a description of what a specific super or financial product is, how it is distributed and who it is best suited to. It also describes under what circumstances the product and target market determination would be reviewed. It is a way of determining if a product is fit for purpose.
Why do we have this?
A TMD is required by section 994B of the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth). This TMD is not to be treated as a full summary of the product’s terms and conditions and is not intended to provide financial advice. Consumers must refer to the Product Disclosure Statement (PDS) and any supplementary documents which outline the relevant terms and conditions when making a decision about this product.