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On 20 March 2017, we switched from crediting rates to daily unit pricing. Unit prices for each investment option are calculated at the close of business day and are based on the market value of assets after the deduction of fees and taxes.

Markets do go up and down. So, when you look at investment performance it is good to get a complete understanding of not only the daily results, but also the results generated over time. Unit prices will vary according to investment performance and the unit price of a particular investment option will fluctuate to reflect investment earnings (which can be positive and/or negative).

New unit prices for each investment option are generally calculated each business day (Monday to Friday, excluding NSW public holidays or bank holidays) and are published on our website within four business days. Club Plus Super reserves the right to publish unit prices more or less often in the event of adverse market fluctuations or other circumstances at the Trustee’s discretion, such as where there is insufficient information available to determine applicable unit prices.

If we are unable to calculate unit prices for an investment option, that option will be suspended, meaning you will be unable to buy or sell units from it. If this happens, we will let you know by a message on our website.

The unit prices for each investment option are shown below. These unit prices show the price calculated based on the valuation of net assets at close of business on the date shown. The unit price applied to transactions to and from member accounts will generally be the price calculated two business days prior to the Effective Date of the relevant transaction.

Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future performance.

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Historical Daily Unit Prices

Prior to 20 March 2017, Club Plus Super used crediting rates to apply the returns for each investment option to members.