The flexibility of self managed super funds without the complexity
A Small APRA Fund (SAF) is essentially a self-managed super fund (SMSF) with a professional trustee.
A SAF offers the freedom and flexibility of a SMSF without the associated trustee responsibilities and risk of compliance breaches. Compliance obligations are managed by a licenced trustee company.
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Flexibility, without the risks and complexity
Because a SAF has an independent trustee, it is suitable for people who want control of their super investments but without the trustee responsibilities and associated administrative burden, risks, and complexity.
Rely on our compliance expertise and corporate strength
Powering over $40bn of assets, Sargon has significant experience in being the professional trustee for a range of institutional, corporate and investment products. By relying on Sargon, you can leverage our economies of scale and best-in-class compliance expertise.
Transition from existing self-managed super funds (SMSFs)
Sargon can assist with the transition of your existing SMSF to a Sargon SAF. By relying on Sargon for your trustee, investment and administration services, you can reduce the costs, risks and complexities typically associated with SMSFs.
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Why SAF vs SMSF?
Compared to a self-managed superannuationf fund (SMSF), a Small APRA Fund (SAF) has an independent trustee. Because of this, it can be a particularly useful tool for:
- People who want control of their super investments but without the trustee responsibilities
- Elderly people who have lost or are losing capacity
- Families caring for a relative with an intellectual disability
- A disqualified person (who can be a member of a SAF but not an SMSF)
- Those moving or living overseas who can no longer be trustee of an SMSF