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 30 June 2022

  • Security  % of Portfolio

    BHP Group Limited

    8.3%

    Commonwealth Bank Of Australia

    5.5%

    CSL Limited 

    5.1%

    National Australia Bank

    4.8%

    Telstra Corporation Limited

    3.2%

    Macquarie Group Limited

    2.8%

    Aristocrat Leisure

    2.5%

    Australia & New Zealand Bank Group

    2.3%

    Wesfarmers Ltd

    2.1%

    Woodside Energy Group

    2.0%

    QBE Insurance Group

    1.9%

    Coles Group

    1.7%

    Computershare

    1.6%

    Woolworths Group Limited

    1.6%

    Breville Group

    1.3%

    Westpac Banking

    1.2%

    Santos

    1.2%

    Iress

    1.1%

    Qantas Airways

    1.1%

    South32

    1.0%

    Total 52.4
  • Security % of
    Portfolio
    Alphabet 1.7
    Oracle 1.4
    Tencent Holdings Ltd 1.2
    Amazon.com 1.2
    Bristol-Myers Squibb 1.1
    Nestle 1.1
    Accenture 1.1
    Reckitt Benckiser Group 1.1
    Cie Financiere Richemont 1.1
    Thermo Fisher Scientific 1.0
    Salesforce Inc 1.0
    Novartis 1.0
    Microsoft 0.9
    Mastercard 0.9
    Visa 0.9
    Charles Schwab 0.8
    Alibaba Group Holdings  0.8
    Roche Holdings 0.8
    GSK Plc 0.8
    Charter Comms 0.8
    Total 20.8

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