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Declared investment returns for the year to 30 June 2017

The table below shows the declared investment returns for the year to 30 June 2017 for each investment option covering Super, Transition to Retirement (TTR) and Account Based Pensions (Pension Account).

In a year where investment markets have regularly swung up and down (often called volatility), these are outstanding investment returns.

Returns are net of fees, costs and (where relevant) estimated tax.

Account typeInvestment option %
Super Balanced (MySuper) 11.54
Equity Plus 13.65
Cash Plus 1.73
Transition to Retirement
(TTR)
Balanced 13.08
Equity Plus 15.34
Cash Plus 2.07
Account Based Pension
(Pension Account)
Balanced 13.08
Equity Plus 15.34
Cash Plus 2.07
  • 1 July 2017 to 12 December 2017 interim investment returns

    The table below shows the interim investment returns for the period 1 July 2017 to 12 December 2017 for each investment option covering Super, Transition to Retirement (TTR) and Account Based Pensions (Pension Account).

    Returns are net of fees, costs and (where relevant) estimated tax.

    Account typeInvestment option FYTD %
    Super Balanced (MySuper) 4.74
    Equity Plus 6.26
    Cash Plus 0.64
    Transition to Retirement 
    (TTR)
    Balanced 4.74
    Equity Plus 6.26
    Cash Plus 0.64
    Account Based Pension
    (Pension Account)
    Balanced 5.32
    Equity Plus 7.03
    Cash Plus 0.78
  • What are investment returns?

    When we talk about ‘investment returns’, we’re actually referring to ‘crediting rates’. The crediting rate equals the investment earnings of each investment option less estimated tax, investment management costs and other costs. Crediting rates can be either positive or negative as they depend on investment performance. We use the term ‘investment returns’ as it is more commonly understood than crediting rates.

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