To invest in a portfolio consisting primarily of bank deposits, but which may include other short-term securities.
To achieve a return (gross of tax and investment expenses) that is equal to the UBSA Bank Bill Index and to eliminate the probability of a negative return.
Very low - The chance of a negative return in any 1 year is very low.
#The investment fee is a measure of the fees deducted from investments. These fees include the cost of the Fund’s investment managers, custodian and investment advisor and certain other costs of the Fund. The investment fee is the total of these costs, divided by the net asset value of the Fund. These fees are deducted directly from the investment earnings before they are allocated to member accounts. They are therefore not deducted from your super account directly.
^Strategic asset allocation as at 22 June 2012
PLEASE NOTE: The Australian Shares, International Shares and Property options commenced on 22 July 2005.