Who we are

Helping Australians grow and protect their wealth

OnePath is one of Australia's leading providers of wealth, insurance and advice solutions. We are focused on providing the products, services and support you need for a secure financial future.

 

Products that suit your needs

OnePath offers a broad range of investment, super and insurance products sold through financial advisers or direct to customers. Our products make it easier for you to find the solution that best suits your needs. We offer:

 

  • Investments - choose from a simple and easy to use investment platform for your super, pension and investment needs or a full service wrap which includes access to direct shares
  • Personal super and retirement - we offer a range of quality solutions designed for individuals to grow their super into a comfortable retirement
  • Employer super - we offer leading super solutions for small to medium businesses or large corporate super plans
  • Life insurance - we offer a range of flexible personal life insurance which can be accessed direct, through an adviser or through your super fund or employee benefits
  • General insurance - covering home, travel, car and landlord insurance

 

 

Planning your future

If you need help making important financial decisions, it makes sense to seek quality financial advice. A qualified adviser can explain how different strategies work and develop a plan so you can reach your long-term financial goals.

We can help you find a financial adviser in your local area or put you in touch with a member of our advisory networks which includes:

 

  • OnePath Financial Planning
  • RI Advice Group
  • Millennium3 Financial
  • Financial Services Partners
  • Elders Financial Planning
  • Sentry 
  • ANZ Financial Planning.

 

 

Capital Adequacy

 

 

The Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA) is the prudential regulator of the Australian financial services industry. APRA establish and enforce prudential standards and practices on the institutions it supervises in order to protect the financial interests of the Australian community.
The Capital Adequacy Prudential Standards (LPS 110 and GPS 110) require an insurance company to maintain adequate capital against the risks associated with its activities. A key feature of the standards is also a requirement that the insurer make certain public disclosures about its capital adequacy position.
The following information has been prepared for the purpose of satisfying these requirements and to improve the understanding of policy owners and other market participants of each company’s capital adequacy (80kb PDF).