Northerly Capital

What We Do

Maximize the Full Potential of
Your Self-Managed Super Funds

From Initial Evaluation to
Continuous Oversight

What are Self-Managed Super Funds?

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We optimize the potential of SMSFs, offering increased control, enhanced flexibility, and access to a variety of investment assets.

Revealing the Unexplored Potential and Versatility of Self-Managed Super Funds

Self-Managed Super Funds (SMSFs) offer an unparalleled avenue for individuals seeking greater autonomy over their retirement savings, providing heightened flexibility and a broader spectrum of investment options not commonly found in retail or industry funds. This encompasses the opportunity to invest in residential and commercial properties, along with more direct control over asset allocation strategies, allowing for alignment with specific financial goals.

Our experienced financial advisors are here to navigate the complexities with you, aiding in assessing whether an SMSF aligns with your financial objectives. From establishing the foundational structure to ongoing management, we serve as your steadfast partners in maximizing the potential of SMSFs.

Key Features
of Self-Managed
Super Funds


Empowering individuals with greater control over their investment decisions and retirement planning.

Tax Benefits

Offering tax-efficient strategies for managing your retirement savings.

Safeguarding Assets

Providing enhanced protection against creditors in the event of business failure or bankruptcy.

Estate Planning

Enabling increased flexibility and broader estate planning options.


Providing a clearer perspective on your assets, expenses, and other financial aspects.

Cost Efficiency

May offer a more cost-effective alternative compared to other superannuation funds.

Customized Approach

Facilitating customized investment strategies to align with individual goals.

SMSF Strategy

Navigating the intricacies and benefits of self-managed superannuation funds.

Creating and managing a Self-Managed Super Fund is a complex and time-consuming undertaking. Determining if this investment structure aligns with your requirements entails a comprehensive evaluation, with a particular focus on the combined superannuation savings of you and your co-trustees. It is essential to assess whether you possess sufficient funds to leverage the tax and cost advantages inherent in an SMSF.

Our financial advisors offer specialized expertise in navigating this intricate landscape. We assist you in navigating the array of considerations, ensuring you possess the insights necessary to make informed decisions and effectively establish and manage your SMSF.

01 Evaluating Compatibility

We conduct a thorough evaluation to determine if a Self-Managed Super Fund (SMSF) is the optimal financial vehicle for you. This assessment takes into account various factors, including your specific financial goals, risk tolerance, and other individual circumstances. By delving into the intricacies of your financial landscape, we aim to provide tailored advice that aligns with your objectives and ensures that an SMSF is well-suited to meet your unique needs.

We take care of every aspect, from documentation to ensuring legal compliance, in the establishment of new Self-Managed Super Funds. Our goal is to streamline the entire process, making it as seamless as possible for you.

Our team formulates personalized investment strategies designed exclusively for your Self-Managed Super Fund (SMSF). The objective is to optimize returns while minimizing risks, ensuring that your investment approach aligns perfectly with the unique goals and circumstances of your SMSF.

We assist you in seamlessly integrating life insurance within the structure of your Self-Managed Super Fund (SMSF), guaranteeing financial protection for both you and your beneficiaries.

Whether you are transitioning to a different financial structure or closing a Self-Managed Super Fund (SMSF) for various reasons, our team takes charge of handling the legal and financial aspects involved in winding down existing SMSFs.