UniSuper recognises the importance of protecting your personal information and we're committed to complying with our privacy law obligations.

We collect your personal information to administer your account, ensure that you are eligible for insurance cover, provide you with UniSuper membership benefits, services and products, verify your identity and improve our products and services. You consent to our collecting sensitive information about you, where collecting that information is reasonably necessary for us to perform one or more of our functions or activities. We usually collect personal and sensitive information directly from you; however it may be collected from third parties such as your employer.

We may also collect this information from you because we are required or authorised by or under an Australian law or a court tribunal order to collect that information.

If you do not provide this information we may not be able to administer your account or provide you with a product or service or you may be disadvantaged in some other way. We may disclose your information to any service provider we engage (for example mail houses, auditors, insurers, actuaries, lawyers and research consultants) to carry out or assist us to provide your membership benefits, services and products, this includes overseas entities. The countries we may disclose personal information are: Japan, Canada, Singapore and the USA. Where information is transferred overseas we will seek to ensure the recipient of the data has security systems to prevent misuse, loss or unauthorised disclosure in-line with Australian Laws and standards.

Our Privacy Policy contains information about how you may access any personal information held by us, how to correct your information and how to make a complaint about a breach of the Privacy Act. You can download our Privacy Policy (PDF, 95 KB) or request a copy by calling us on 1800 331 685.

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