The soon-to-be $5.2 billion superannuation offering known as Aon Master Trust has undergone a rebrand as part of its transformative approach to Australia's super system.
smartMonday is the new business name for the $3.3 billion Aon Master Trust, which will grow to $5.2 billion once its merger with Equity Trustees is complete.
The latest offering updates the previous online employer and member portal to allow "smart, easy actions." It will provide "tools that are user-friendly to help members make better decisions about their superannuation savings and retirement outcomes."
It is a strategy to focus "on empowering employers and fund members with smarter and simpler access to control their super," and "to enable them to create a more financially secure future."
Aon Hewitt chief executive officer for the Pacific, Steven Gaffney said: "Building on our award-winning super fund we've created a new style of fund that makes taking action easy. We want to put members in control of their super because it's the small things done today that will make their futures more secure."
"These latest market offerings are examples of how Aon is driving business growth through strategic and innovative solutions and partnerships. Backed by Aon globally, we are constantly looking for new opportunities to add value to our offer."
Aon has flagged more announcements and further enhancements in the coming months.