JWH super move

NEWLY formed home building company JWH Group has appointed West Coast Corporate Superannuation as service provider for its corporate superannuation and employee benefits program.

It has also decided to outsource its superannuation to the Asgard master trust.

JWH was established by former J-Corp chief executive Julian Walter, following dissolution of the J-Corp business, which had been jointly owned by Mr Walter and BGC.

It includes Oswald Homes and WA Country Builders and has more than 230 staff.

West Coast director Allan Rickerby said a strong reason for the appointment was West Coast’s commitment to a communication and servicing program for JWH’s country employees.

Mr Rickerby said Asgard, which started in Perth as an independent business and is now a wholly-owned subsidiary of St George Bank, was one of several master trust options assessed by JWH.

Its advantages included a wide range of investment options, including the ability to invest directly in shares as well as managed funds.

Another advantage was its e-commerce features, including online access for members and online processing of contributions.

Having Asgard’s administration based in Perth was also an attraction.



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