Christian Super joins the honour roll

“”At Christian Super, we recognise that nuclear weapons have indiscriminate, disproportionate, and ongoing impacts on human flourishing. As such, the Fund has been free from exposure to nuclear weapons since 2006, as a part of our overall faith-based investment approach.” – Ross Piper, Christian Super CEO.

Christian Super provides superannuation. 

Christian Super has been operating since 1984. The fund has 28,000 members and more than $1.6 billion in funds under management. Christian Super applies an “absolute exclusion to any company involved in the production or distribution of controversial weapons”. 

“Controversial weapons are weapons which are indiscriminate in targeting and disproportionate in impact, on civilian populations; the effects of which may continue long after initial deployment.

These include atomic, biological or chemical weapons, as well as anti-personnel land mines and cluster munitions.”

Christian Super joined the Quit Nukes Honour Roll in April 2020.

ROSS PIPER, CEO OF CHRISTIAN SUPER WITH THE QUIT NUKES CERTIFICATE