Following the merge with AustSafe Super in late March 2019, Sunsuper’s local presence has never been stronger
for rural and regional Australia. One of the friendly faces you’ll find on the team is Regional Manager for far north Queensland Rebecca Assman. Having grown up on a cattle station in Charters Towers, Bec brings a deep understanding of community to her role, coupled with over 10 years experience in financial services.
We took some time to find out more about what Bec gets up to out on the road.
What does your typical day look like?
No two days are ever the same. I help business owners, local farmers and members who are all doing different
and exciting things. If I have visits planned, I get on the road early so I can be onsite mid-morning. If I’m lucky enough I get a site tour which is great because I like to understand what matters to my employers.
What expertise do you bring to your role as Regional Manager?
My background is diverse. After growing up on a cattle station, I moved to Mossman and married a former cane farmer. I’m also passionate about working in finance and agribusiness, so this role helps me use the skills I have gained from banking, governance and HR.
What’s the most rewarding part of your role?
Seeing how successful our regional people are – either on a farm or in supporting industries. I also enjoy helping people to work towards their financial goals and assisting small business by making it easier for them to meet their obligations.
Find out more
Your local Regional Manager and Customer Service Team are on hand to help. To find out more visit sunsuper.com.au or call 13 11 84.
This article has been prepared and issued by Sunsuper Pty Ltd, the trustee and issuer of the Sunsuper Superannuation Fund. Sunsuper Pty Ltd ABN 88 010 720 840, AFSL No. 228975, is the Trustee and issuer of the Sunsuper Superannuation Fund ABN 98 503 137 921, USI 98 503 137 921 001.