This option caters for risk-averse investors who would like to be assured of a consistent return on their money in the short term, even if that return is low. This option invests in cash, term deposits and cash type securities (e.g. “Promissory Notes”, “Mortgage-Backed Securities” and “Floating Rate Notes”).


This option aims to:

  • To outperform the Bloomberg AusBond Bank Bill Index over rolling 2 years

Please note: Returns are not guaranteed.


The strategy to achieve the below objectives is to invest in Cash and Cash type securities.

Investment timeframe

Cash Enhanced is suitable for investors with an investment timeframe of one year.


Risk level^ Very low
Risk band^ 1
Risk of negative return Estimated number of negative annual returns over any 20 year period. 0.1

^Refer to Standard Risk Measure table

Total indirect fees and cost

2020/21 0.22%** More information

Long Term Strategic Asset Allocation

Asset allocation benchmarks

View SAA/ranges


Investment option FYTD (%) Rolling returns to (%)
1yr 3yr 5yr 7yr 10yr
Asset class SAA* (%) Range (%)
Cash 100 0 - 100
Diversified Fixed Interest 0 0 - 0
Private Equity0 0 - 0
Infrastructure00 - 0
Property0 0 - 0
International Shares0 0 - 0
Australian Shares00 - 0

*SAA - Strategic Asset Allocations

*Please note that TTR investment earnings are taxed up to 15%, so returns are the same as those for Accumulation (Super).

For further information on the Cash Enhanced option please refer to the Product Disclosure Statement applicable to your account.

For a summary of the Energy Super investment options available to members click here.

All returns shown above (expect for MySuper) are net effective earning rates (i.e. after tax and some fees). The FYTD Return and the 1yr rolling return are not annualised. The returns for all other periods are compound annualised averages. The returns for the MySuper (LGIAsuper) are after all investment fees and taxes, and after the 0.18% p.a administration fee. Refer to the Energy Super Annual Report for more information on how rates are calculated.

Investments can go up and down. Past performance is not necessarily indicative of future performance.

* CPI is measured by the All Groups Consumer Price Index For Australia.

** The total indirect fees and costs (including the indirect administration fee) is the estimated cost for the 2020/21 period.