Tasmania's biggest superannuation fund is going gangbusters.
Tasplan said on Wednesday it had exceeded $10 billion in funds under management.
The fund had grown by $1.5 billion in just two years.
Tasplan chair Naomi Edwards said reaching $10 billion was a milestone and would inspire even stronger future growth of the fund.
"Tasplan has always prided itself on being able to mix with the biggest players on the national stage in terms of return for members," Ms Edwards said.
"While ticking over the $10 billion mark won't change the way we do things, it does reflect our strong and continual growth and points to a bright future ahead for our members."
Tasplan has 133,000 members, equivalent to about half the Tasmanian workforce.
Super research firm Chant West in July named Tasplan in the nation's top five performing super funds.
More recently, chief investment officer David Stuart was recognised by the Sovereign Wealth Fund Institute as one of the world's 100 most influential public investors.
In Tasplan's 2018-19 annual report, Mr Stuart said Tasplan believed the probability of a global recession in 2020 was low, but risks and uncertainty would remain high.
Tasplan has always prided itself on being able to mix with the biggest players on the national stage in terms of return for members.Naomi Edwards
"We have adjusted Tasplan's portfolios to manage these risks, while still maintaining exposure to growth assets," he said.
That included more exposure to unlisted property and infrastructure.
"While not overly bearish, we believe that short-term returns are likely to be quite modest going forward," he said.