LG Super chooses Bravura Solutions

Sydney, 26 April 2006 – Bravura Solutions (Bravura) has announced that the Queensland Local Government Superannuation Board, trustee of LG Super, the $3 billion and 60,000 member strong superannuation fund for Queensland local government, has renewed its license for Bravura’s superannuation application, SuperB for three years and signed a new three year license for Bravura’s online administration platform, Ensemble.

Bravura’s SuperB and Ensemble platforms were chosen by the Board following a six month review of superannuation applications available.

Peter Smith, the Board’s Executive Officer, said SuperB and Ensemble provide a high level of flexibility and product functionality for our back office and online presence.

“SuperB was chosen as it provides a back end administration system and front end delivery platform through a single vendor. The Board will use Ensemble’s online capabilities to provide greater functionality between Local Government employer and LG Super member records and to provide members with enhanced online functionality”.

“The Bravura team has provided the Board with solid support and service delivery. We look forward to working with Bravura as their product offerings and capability in developing superannuation administration applications continues to expand.”

Iain Dunstan, Chief Executive Officer of Bravura said: “LG Super is a long standing customer of Bravura and we are delighted they have chosen Bravura to continue supporting their members and business with superannuation applications.”

Bravura’s SuperB platform is Australia’s most installed superannuation and pension
administration solution with over four million members under administration.

The agreement was signed in March 2006, with stage one expected to be completed in June 2006 and stage two anticipated for later this year.

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