An industry superannuation fund renewed its administration mandate with an ASX-listed boutique service provider.
MainstreamBPO's administration service subsidiary SuperBPO will continue as Combined Super's administrator after extending its partnership for a further three years.
SuperBPO will continue to provide corporate services, unit pricing, member administration, accounting, member advice and engagement and employer group support to the $820 million super fund.
Combined Super chairman George Kogios said the fund is pleased to continue its longstanding relationship with SuperBPO.
"Through their personalised service model and proactive member support we can enhance members' long-term financial position, well-being and security," Kogios said.
Working closely with Combined Super over the years has assisted SuperBPO in raising the bar for best practice in superannuation administration, according to SuperBPO chief executive Michael Houlihan.
"We look forward to continuing the strong and enduring relationship between SuperBPO and Combined Super, our single biggest client," Houlihan said.