Top shareholdings

Top shareholdings

Super SA's Capital Defensive, Conservative, Moderate, Balanced, Growth and High Growth options include an exposure to Australian and international equities (or shares) and property.

The Australian equities portfolio has exposure to over 200 stocks, while the international equities portfolio has exposure to over 1,000 stocks.
The tables below list the top 20 shareholdings within each of these asset classes.

Data below is current as at 31 December 2022

  • Portfolio  
    Security  % of Portfolio
    BHP Group Limited 8.8%
    CSL Limited 6.5%
    Commonwealth Bank Of Australia 5.7%
    National Australia Bank Limited 3.9%
    Telstra Group Limited 2.5%
    ANZ Group Holdings 2.3%
    Wesfarmers Limited 2.2%
    Macquarie Group Limited 2.1%
    Woodside Energy Group Limited 2.0%
    Aristocrat Leisure Limited 1.9%
    QBE Insurance Group Limited 1.7%
    Westpac Banking Corp 1.5%
    Breville Group Limited 1.3%
    Fisher & Paykel Healthcare Corporation Limited 1.2%
    Coles Group Limited 1.2%
    Santos Limited 1.2%
    Woolworths Group Limited 1.1%
    Computershare Limited 1.0%
    TechnologyOne Limited 1.0%
    Evolution Mining Limited 1.0%
    Total 50.1
  • Portfolio  
    Security % of Portfolio
    Oracle Corp 1.6
    Compagnie Financiere Richemont SA 1.4
    Alphabet Inc 1.1
    Novartis AG 1.1
    Bristol-Myers Squibb Co 1.0
    Nestle SA 1.0
    Mastercard Inc 0.9
    Microsoft Corp 0.9
    Visa Inc 0.9
    Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc 0.9
    Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company Limited 0.9
    Reckitt Benckiser Group PLC 0.9
    Lvmh Moet Hennessy Louis Vuitton SE 0.8
    Tencent Holdings Limited 0.8
    Accenture PLC 0.8
    Daiichi Sankyo Co limited 0.8
    Goldman Sachs Group Inc 0.8
    Bank of America Corp 0.8
    Roche Holding AG 0.7
    News Corp 0.7
    Total 18.7


    Please note that due to rounding, the sum of the individual numbers within the tables may not equal the total quoted.
  • Australian Equities 273
    International Equities 729
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