Inception date: 1 January 2003
Current assets as at 30 June 2021: $90.9m
AvSuper’s Stable Growth option is a pre-mixed, well-diversified investment option – that means it is invested across multiple asset or investment types.
The Stable Growth option is designed to cater for members with a short to medium investment horizon (four or more years) who are seeking medium levels of returns (below equities but above bonds) and with moderate levels of volatility.
To achieve a return, after tax and fees, which exceeds Consumer Price Index (CPI) increases by at least 1.5% pa (for super members) or 2.0% (for income stream members) over rolling ten-year periods..
|Asset Class||Strategic allocation||Range|
|Diversified Fixed Income||20%||0–40%|
View a brief outline of the major asset classes AvSuper uses to diversify investments.
There may be some volatility in returns in the short term but they tend to stabilise over longer periods.
|Standard Risk Measure|
|Risk label of||Medium to High|
|Expected frequency of negative return in 20 years||3 to less than 4|
|Quarter||Financial year to date|
|1 year||3 years||5 years||10 years|
Past performance may not be an indicator of future performance. The investment returns for the quarter and the financial year to date detailed above are real investment returns for the period shown, not annualised or ‘per annum’ returns which may differ from the numbers above.
Investment management fee
Deducted as part of the daily unit price calculations, and gross of tax deduction.
*For full fees please see our fees page.
AvSuper’s investment portfolio is managed by a carefully selected group of Investment managers and overseen by our Investment Committee. AvSuper uses a range of professional investment managers who specialise in different investment areas to invest members’ money according to specific objectives and strategies (including strategies to guard against excessive risk) set out by the AvSuper Trustee. The Trustee monitors and regularly reviews all investment managers involved with our investments.