changes are coming to QuickSuper


The ATO will soon require super funds to apply Multi Factor Authentication to their super payment platforms.

This is an important step forward in protecting fund members’ data.


What do I need to do?

When you next log in to the HESTA QuickSuper Clearing House*, you’ll be asked to enter a verification code that has been sent to your email address.

This is an extra layer of security to ensure you still have access to the email account linked to your QuickSuper user account.


What if I need help?

Contact our friendly team at if you have any questions about QuickSuper.



*QuickSuper clearing house is a third-party service owned and operated by Westpac Banking Corporation. Third-party services are provided by parties other than H.E.S.T. Australia Ltd and terms and conditions apply. H.E.S.T. Australia Ltd does not recommend, endorse or accept any responsibility for the products and services offered by third parties or any liability for any loss or damage incurred as a result of services provided by third parties. You should exercise your own judgment about the products and services being offered.



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