The facts about women and super

Women in Australia retire with an average 23% less retirement savings than men. That’s a real super gender gap. Our financial lives can be quite complex, however many of us don’t know who to turn to for support in a financial services industry that wasn’t built with us in mind. That’s why we created Verve – a community for women, men & non-binary folk who believe in our mission of closing the super gap.

The solution requires collective action

Here are a few ways we are working with our members to close the super gender gap and invest our super towards activities that will build a better future:

Accessing tailored support

Meet Alison, she manages our team of Member Services Specialists. We take every opportunity to connect with our members seriously. Alison and the team are ready to help our members as and when they need it.


Building financial knowledge

Our members get access to Verve Learn – an educational platform – giving you access to events, expert coaches, workshops, money courses and guides.

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Investing in equality

Be part of a community of people using the power of their super to invest for a more equitable and sustainable future.


Agitating for change

It’s not enough to support individual women to rise financially, that’s why we harness the power of our community to advocate for fairer super policies.

Oh, and just quietly...

Superannuation funds with a higher proportion of women in leadership positions were shown to outperform male-dominated funds over three years on average.

What our members say about Verve Super

Interested in the Pay Gap Pledge and IWD Walkout? Learn more.