On 20 March 2017, we switched 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).
The following are the sell unit prices for each investment option:
|Investment option||22 Mar 2017||21 Mar 2017||20 Mar 2017|
Last crediting rate declared for YTD 2017
Historical Weekly Crediting Rates*
- Pension Historical Crediting Rates 2016/17 YTD
- Pension Historical Crediting Rates 2015/16 YTD
- Pension Historical Crediting Rates 2014/15
- Pension Historical Crediting Rates 2013/14
- Pension Historical Crediting Rates 2012/13
- View the Declared YTD Crediting Rates for 30 June 2013
Investment Options Net Crediting Rates (%) Table
* Figures are net of fees, charges and taxes. Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future performance. The 30 June annualised returns represent the annual crediting rates that were determined in August each year and allocated to member accounts after the deduction of operating expenses. From 20 March 2017, after the conversion to unit prices, investment returns are reflected in the daily unit price of each investment option.