Here you'll find important information relating to your Scheme's investment options and performance.Super is a long term investment and it’s important that you know how it works so that you can make the right investment choices.
Each option has its own:
- Objective: what does the option aim to achieve?
- Investment Time Horizon: what is the length of time needed to reach the earning potential of your investment?
- Risk: what is the relative risk involved in the option?
- Asset Class Mix: what mix of investments makes up the option?
Each option has different objectives and characteristics for you to consider. You are also able to invest your current account balance and future contributions in different investment options.
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