The technology and infrastructure powering forward-thinking funds
Sargon provides financial institutions and entrepreneurs with the technology and infrastructure they need to successfully build and grow investment funds.
Operating across Australia, New Zealand and Hong Kong, Sargon's powerful combination of modern technology, financial licences and industry experts navigate regulatory complexity, security and compliance so our clients can focus on what matters most: building a better future.
We're not burdened by old systems, or a culture that has failed customers. We're first and foremost a trustee, purpose-built to serve investors' best interests.
Our next-generation trustee cloud infrastructure provides a radically better experience, delivering transparency, control and more scalable and reliable operations. We reduce cost and complexity, and help to improve investor literacy and outcomes.
Sargon is powering the next generation of funds and financial products
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2019 will go down as a landmark year for financial services in Australia, including superannuation. The Royal Commission into Misconduct in the Banking, Superannuation and Financial Services Industry highlighted many shortcomings, creating a new operating environment that demands increased transparency, regulation and a greater emphasis on compliance.
We power better funds and financial products
Sargon powers a broad range of funds and financial products. We’ve built the technology and trustee cloud infrastructure to manage compliance and streamline operations, in a dynamic and highly regulated environment.
With over $40 billion in assets under trusteeship and supervision, our powerful combination of modern technology, financial licences and industry experts enables our clients to focus on their customers and growth.
Our mission is to enable financial institutions and entrepreneurs to build better funds and financial products
Build better. On Sargon.
Sargon is committed to creating infrastructure that provides financial and software builders with an open platform to deliver modern customer experiences and enhanced workflows.
Sargon combines the power of extensible technology infrastructure, tools and APIs with industry experts to provide you with the data and tools to manage growth, day-to-day operations and compliance, in one place. With Sargon, you can prototype your fund experience in minutes. By reducing complexity, Sargon empowers even the smallest teams to have a big impact.
Helping thousands of young Australians get their super organised.
Young people often work multiple jobs, with multiple super accounts charging duplicate fees and premiums, or have even lost their super. Student Super wanted to create the first superannuation fund built for the specific needs of students. They needed a trustee to issue the financial product, and service their compliance and governance requirements. But equally, they wanted a tech-savvy partner to enable them to launch quickly and deliver a high-tech experience for their members.
Sargon’s industry experts navigated regulatory complexity, coordinating key players and activities from the development of investment options, custodians, and fund administrators to regulatory licensing. Sargon's infrastructure and tools then took care of the complex technical integrations, ensuring seamless integration with these various players, while meeting compliance and security requirements from day one.
Sargon enabled Student Super to launch quickly and deliver a compliant, user-friendly experience, and competitive fees for their target demographic. Powered by Sargon, Student Super is helping thousands of young Australians get their super organised.
Why build on Sargon?
- Sargon's platform and proccesses are designed for rapid go-to-market
- Combination of modern technology, financial licences, and industry experts
- Developer focused APIs and tools to deliver modern consumer experiences
- Manage growth, day-to-day operations and compliance all in one place
The Sargon Small APRA Fund (SAF) would be governed by the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA) instead of the Australian Taxation Office (ATO), like a regular SMSF, meaning Sargon would assume the responsibilities and operations that would usually fall to an SMSF member as trustee.
A former cabinet minister in the Rudd and Gillard governments was appointed to Sargon's board. Stephen has a rare combination of finance and technology skills, along with a deep understanding of Australia's regulatory and policy settings and the evolving nature of superannuation. Conroy described his appointment to as 'the perfect capstone' to his prior experiences, noting the considerable time he spent in parliament focusing on both superannuation and technology.
Sargon has acquired 100% of the shares of New Zealand trustee company, Heritage Trustee Company Limited. The acquisition, Sargon's second in New Zealand following the acquisition of The New Zealand Trust Company in mid-2017, provides an important strategic platform in the country for Sargon's growth strategy.
Australian fintech outfit Sargon has acquired superannuation trustee provider Diversa, in a deal worth $45 million. Sargon will pick up over $10 billion of assets under trusteeship from Diversa's ASX listed parent company OneVue.
Sargon CEO Phillip Kingston said the Decimal acquisition is an important milestone in Sargon’s growth strategy, bringing new technology capability to the group. Sargon is particularly enthusiastic about the opportunity Decimal brings to drive successful customer outcomes through financial literacy and engagement.
With a rebrand, numerous executive appointments and the launch of two new products, Sargon is on an impressive growth trajectory. Sargon has launched Sargon Impact and Sargon Arcadia which are part of its open platform to enable innovation and deliver tangible outcomes.
The Australian corporate trust landscape received a shake-up on Thursday with Australian fintech outfit Sargon to acquire 130-year-old trust provider AET Corporate Trust in a deal worth $51.6 million.
Sargon has appointed James Packer's former right-hand man Robert Rankin as non-executive chairman, as the venture looks to shake up the superannuation industry through technology.