Performance and Returns

Why can ethical super perform better?


Avoid Dying Industries

While other super funds may be investing heavily in industries with an uncertain future (like coal), we’re making positive, profitable investments for the future.


Less Bad, More Good

Having unethical investments excluded from our ‘investable universe’ doesn’t lead to lower performance potential; it just means there is more money available to make positive, profitable investments.


Good Investments In The Future

We invest in profitable industries like clean energy, medical solutions, innovative technology, sustainable products, healthcare, energy efficiency and more.

Returns – Super

Returns as at 31 March 20171 month3 month6 month1 year3 year5 year10 yearSince inception
Smaller Companies1.4%1.0%1.6%14.5%13.4%13.7%7.4%9.9%
International Shares1.7%(0.6%)5.2%10.5%7.5%12.1%n/a0.5%


* This is the ‘MySuper’ option.

Returns are not guaranteed and past performance is not an indicator of future performance.

Calculating returns for superannuation

Total returns are calculated:

  • Using the exit price.
  • Net of administration and investment management fees, taxes and other costs.
  • The standard calculations are based on a member with an account balance of $50,000, which will not be relevant to all members.
  • The standard calculations do not allow, for example, for the effect of contributions to your account, insurance fees or various other matters.
  • Performance figures relating to unit prices between 1 July 2011 and 31 December 2016 have been restated following the remediation of a unit pricing error.

“Ethical investments are winning… over every timeframe”

– The Australian, June 2015

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This information is general information only and does not take account of your individual investment objectives, financial situation or needs. Before acting on it, consider seeking independent financial advice.