From March 2022, all superannuation funds are required to disclose the value and weighting of underlying assets within each of its investment options.
This is known as Portfolio Holdings Disclosure. It is a new mandatory requirement for all superannuation funds following an amendment to the Corporations Act 2001. Each fund must update its disclosure every six months.
The aim of the Portfolio Holding Disclosure is to increase transparency and help you make informed investment choices for your superannuation.
Energy Super’s Portfolio Holdings Disclosure
You can see how your superannuation is invested by clicking on your investment option below. You will have a choice of spreadsheets to download.
The information contained in each spreadsheet is current as at 31 December 2021.
For information on how the investments are valued, you can refer to Energy Super's valuation methodologies.
How to read the Portfolio Holdings Disclosure
To help you understand this information, we have provided definitions below.
Portfolio Holding Disclosure spreadsheets for each investment option are available to download on this page.
Definitions for the spreadsheet column headings are provided below.
For information about Energy Super’s investment options and asset classes, refer to our Investment Guide – available for different accounts on our PDS and guides page.
This is the asset class, under which similar types of assets are grouped together such as equities, fixed income and infrastructure.
This is the asset holding name. The type of name provided will vary according to the asset class. Examples include an investment fund, infrastructure project, property, trust or custodian bank.
This is only relevant for cash assets. It will display N/A for all other asset classes.
This only applies to assets which are listed and traded on a stock exchange, such as shares and bonds. The identifier is the unique reference number used to identify that asset on the stock exchange.
There is no identifier for unlisted assets (which are not publicly traded), so N/A will be displayed.
This is the number of units or shares held in a particular asset. This information is not disclosed for cash or unlisted assets.
This is the total value, in Australian dollars, of the particular asset.
This is the percentage that the asset makes up of the fund’s total value.