Self Managed Super Fund Options

Your future, your way.

A Self Managed Super Fund (SMSF) empowers its trustees with complete control over the growth and security of their future wealth. To optimise your self managed super into a vibrant and thriving investment portfolio, you’ll first need the help of some fundamental banking tools.

Growing your future with Suncorp Bank

At Suncorp Bank, we provide a host of powerful, flexible, and easy-to-use investment and borrowing options that can make managing your DIY Super a breeze.

Transaction and Investment accounts for your SMSF

A bank account is a key component of an SMSF. It assists in managing the fund’s transactions, receiving things like cash contributions, dividend payments, and the rollover of existing superannuation benefits.

Business Everyday Account A basic account for receiving and transferring funds.
Business Premium Account A combined transaction and cash management account, ideal for larger balances.
Business Saver Account
  • A high interest investment account.
  • Additional flexiRates functionality allows you to lock away portions of your SMSF funds at a higher rate still, and for a term of your choosing.
Term Deposits A high interest investment account that can pay interest monthly, quarterly, bi-annually, or annually.

Borrowing and Investment loans for your SMSF

As the trustee of your SMSF, the potential to enhance the success of your fund by borrowing to invest in property is in your hands.

Self Managed Super Fund Loan
  • A term loan designed to assist SMSF trustees to invest in real property.
  • Competitive interest rates, at your choice of variable rate, fixed rate, or split rate facility.

Seeking Advice and Further Information

Setting up a SMSF is subject to specific rules and government regulations. It is therefore important that you obtain independent financial and legal advice to ensure an SMSF is right for you, and if you intend to borrow against your SMSF to invest in property, whether this is the right strategy for your SMSF.

More information

For more information, call us on 13 11 55. PDF Fact Sheet: Understanding Self Managed Super Funds (125kb) Visit the Australian Taxation Office SMSF information page, at: