|Fund||Buy||Net asset value||Sell||Date||Past prices|
|Balanced Pension||$3.3733||$3.3699||$3.3665||12 Dec 2018||Download price history|
|Conservative Pension||$1.3959||$1.3952||$1.3945||12 Dec 2018||Download price history|
|Australian Shares Pension||$6.4237||$6.4109||$6.3981||12 Dec 2018||Download price history|
|International Shares Pension||$1.0623||$1.0612||$1.0601||12 Dec 2018||Download price history|
|Growth Pension||$3.7552||$3.7515||$3.7477||12 Dec 2018||Download price history|
|Defensive Pension||$2.0971||$2.0971||$2.0971||12 Dec 2018||Download price history|
When you invest in an Australian Ethical Super investment option, your money buys a number of units. The unit price is the dollar value of each unit in the investment option on the specified date. Unit prices are calculated by dividing the net value of the investment option’s assets by the number of units issued.
On 12 December 2017, we moved from weekly to daily unit pricing which means unit prices go up and down each day based on movements in the market value. As the unit price changes, so does the value of your investment which means your super balance will be different each day.
How do I change my investment options?
You can change or switch your investment options at any time by logging into your account or giving us a call. We apply the unit price for the day your request is received, as long as it’s before 4pm (AEST/AEDT) on a business day.
How long does it take to calculate a unit price?
It takes up to two business days to calculate the unit price. During these two days, we calculate the value of all the assets we invest in and the number of units on issue, which is affected by contributions and withdrawals. We need these valuations to accurately calculate the unit price for any of our investment options.
To find out more on how unit prices are calculated and used, see our legal disclaimer.