One big reason AustralianSuper is the country’s largest industry fund is because we put members first. Profits and dividends aren’t paid to shareholders, and earnings go back to members. That’s just one way AustralianSuper helps 2.2 million members4 get ready for retirement.
Our history of
strong performance and low fees has given members an advantage over the long
term. The following table compares AustralianSuper’s net benefit against
others. This shows investment earnings to 30 June 2019 less admin and
investment fees, and it’s one of the best ways to see how funds stack up.
The comparison shows what a
member would have for 5, 10 and 15 years to 30 June 2019, in addition to a
$50,000 starting balance and employer contributions, assuming they started with
a $50,000 annual salary.6
Based on the returns of the AustralianSuper Balanced Investment option compared the SuperRatings Fund Crediting Rate Survey – SR50 Balanced (60-76) Index. Top 10 performing fund for the 1, 3, 5, 7, 10, 15 and 20 years to 30 June 2019. You can view returns for all AustralianSuper investment option here. Returns from equivalent options of ARF and STA are used in calculating return for periods that begin before 1 July 2006. Investment returns are not guaranteed. Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future returns.
Readers Digest Most Trusted Brands – Superannuation category winner for seven years running 2013-2019 according to research conducted by independent research agency Catalyst Research.
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AustralianSuper has a total of 2.2 Million members as at 30 June 2019.
Comparisons are modelled by SuperRatings, commissioned by
AustralianSuper. Modelled outcome shows the average difference in ‘net
benefit’, a measure of past investment earnings after administration and
investment fees and taxes have been taken out. The results compare the AustralianSuper
Balanced option and the main balanced options of funds tracked by SuperRatings
that have a comparable option and performance history, for historical periods
to 30 June 2019. The model uses return and fee data that is submitted to
SuperRatings. Insurance premiums and other fees and costs may apply. Outcomes
vary between individual funds. See Assumptions for more details about
modelling calculations and assumptions.
Returns from equivalent investment options of ARF and STA are used in calculating AustralianSuper’s returns for periods that begin before 1 July 2006. Investment returns are not guaranteed. Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future returns.
Historical returns for the AustralianSuper Balanced option for periods to 30 June 2019. Returns from equivalent options of ARF and STA are used in calculating return for periods that begin before 1 July 2006. You can view returns for all AustralianSuper investment options here. Investment returns aren’t guaranteed. Past performance isn’t a reliable indicator of future returns.