Unit pricing has changed

Our IT system has been upgraded and unit prices are now determined each business day.

If you want to switch your investment option(s), you need to remember that the unit price applied to a switch will represent the market value of an investment option calculated after the switch is received.

A switch received before 5pm on a business day will be processed using unit prices available on the third business day following the date of receipt.

You can now complete switches online through our new online member portal. 

When you invest in a Transition to Retirement (TTR), the money is used to purchase units, which are invested in assets to help your super grow. The buying and selling price of each unit is generally determined each business day by the performance of the investment.

Transition to Retirement (TTR) phase accounts are no longer exempt from tax.

Previously, investment earnings were tax free in TTR accounts. However, investment earnings have been subject to tax at up to 15% in TTR accounts since 1 July 2017.

The following unit prices are only applicable to investors of the Super SA Income Stream in the TTR phase, as part of an Early Access to Super or Transition to Retirement arrangement. 

Unit prices

Showing the four most recent prices

Effective date 1 28/02/20 27/02/20 26/02/20 25/02/20
Market Valuation date 2 25/02/20 24/02/20 21/02/20 20/02/20
High Growth3.14923.18483.23653.2477
Socially Responsible2.67762.70472.73982.7463
Capital Defensive2.24792.25332.26132.2616

1Effective date: The date at which a new unit price becomes available for processing member transactions and updating member balances. The new unit price is effective up until the next 'effective date'.

If the effective date falls on a Saturday, the unit price will be applied on the next business day.

2Market Valuation date: The date at which the underlying assets of each investment option are valued. This date is displayed from 1 July 2017.

3This option commenced on 1 July 2017.



Unit prices rise and fall over time and it's important to realise that past performance is not an indicator of future performance.