How your investment choice works
When you make a choice, the Trustee does not actually acquire an interest on your behalf in the investment option. As a member you are notionally invested in the investment option.
As part of the Trustee’s investment strategy it would have pre-determined the amount it will invest with any particular investment manager. Consequently, the Trustee has pre-existing contractual relationships with its underlying investment managers. The Trustee selects managers and invests money with them via direct investment mandates or pooled trusts. Members do not have a contractual relationship with the investment managers.
As a member of the Fund you receive the notional net investment earnings allocated to your member account. This is made up of a combined earning rate of all the underlying investment manager(s) of your selected investment option less any applicable fees and taxes.
For example, the Trustee might have invested $10 million in Global Shares. A member then exercises investment choice, and directs the Trustee to invest $10,000 of their account balance in that investment option. The Trustee does not invest a further $10,000 (on top of the $10 million already invested) but notionally allocates the net investment earnings received from that investment option to the members account on the basis the member had notionally invested $10,000 in that investment option.
What super investment options do I have in Retirement Solutions?
The following graphs provide detail about each investment option. This information will assist you to make a choice that is right for you. The performance rates quoted are based on results to 30 June of each respective financial year and are net of fees and taxes. The information is current as at 21 November 2016.
The Trustee of WA Super reserves the right to vary the asset allocations of all or any of the options and to introduce new options or discontinue existing options without prior notice.
The targets are not guaranteed and past performance is not a predictor of future performance. You should consider seeking professional financial advice before making an investment decision.
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