The Retirement Benefits Fund (RBF) has managed super for Tasmanian public sector employees since 1904. We provide superannuation administration and member services to Tasmanian public sector employees and their spouses who hold a defined benefit account or pension.
The trustee of the Fund is the Superannuation Commission, which was established effective 1 April 2017 to oversee the administration of the public sector defined benefit schemes in Tasmania.
The Chair of the Superannuation Commission is Ms Evelyn Horton. This appointment is effective 1 October 2019.
The Commission is responsible for the administration of the Fund, which will comprise all of the assets, including investments, accounts and sub funds, of the Retirement Benefits Fund.
The day to day running of the defined benefit schemes is managed by the Office of the Superannuation Commission, within the Department of Treasury and Finance. The Acting Director of the Office of the Superannuation Commission is Ms Judith Keith.
The Office of the Superannuation Commission employs more than 25 staff in both Hobart and Launceston.
The Office of the Superannuation Commission is a values-based organisation
and our decisions and behaviour are guided by the following values:
Integrity ... as it builds confidence, trust and self-respect, and is the foundation of open and honest communication;
Excellence ... as it challenges us to give our best and brings us recognition;
Respect ... as it recognises the value of each of us and the contribution we all make;
Camaraderie ... as it creates a fun and supportive place to be; and
Passion ... as it inspires us to achieve great things.
Our mission is:
To improve the well-being of Tasmanians
- high quality advice to the Government; and
- effective and efficient administration of our financial and regulatory responsibilities.
Speak Up and support ethical behaviour
RBF is pleased to participate in the Integrity Commission's Speak Up program.
Speak Up encourages all workers to help identify and eradicate misconduct
within our organisation and help create a more efficient workplace where ethical
standards are followed.
The Public Interest Disclosure Act 2002
provides statutory protections and procedures for people who speak up,
especially about serious or significant improper behaviour, including illegal,
corrupt, dangerous and other kinds of misconduct.
More information about the Speak Up program is available on the Integrity Commission's website.