Latest performance

A unit price is the net investment return that applies to your account, after fees and tax at the end of each financial year. It can be positive or negative, and is a reflection of how your investment performs.

In the table below, Brighter Super publishes a daily indication of performance for each investment option as a daily movement percentage and a financial year to date percentage.

We have moved to daily unit prices

From 13 June 2022, we publish the daily unit price for each investment option, which has replaced our daily earning rates.

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Commentary and insights on the economy, financial markets and our fund's performance from Mark Rider, Chief Investment Officer.

A unit rate is based on daily unit prices available to members. It can be positive or negative, and is a reflection of how your investment performs. It is net of investment fees and taxes, and net of the 0.18% administration fee charged by the Fund.

Unit prices for defined benefits are updated weekly (usually on Wednesday) to reflect the market movement of the previous week to Friday.

Past performance is not an indication of future performance.

* Financial year to date rate

^ The MySuper investment option launched on 1 May 2021. The cumulative investment return over 10 years is based on the option’s predecessor products, MySuper under 75 and Diversified Growth.

Where N/A appears above for the 10 year return this is due to the Investment Option being in market for less than 10 years.

The Indexed Balanced option commenced on 6 April 2019.

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