Your super. Your choice.
Your super is your money, so how it’s invested should be up to you. That’s why Statewide Super offers six ready-made diversified options and four single asset class options to let you build your own super investment portfolio.
All of our investments are guided by expert investment management professionals.
Diversified options invest in a range of asset classes to help reduce the level of risk. The level of risk for each option varies according to the proportion of asset classes each one holds.
- Conservative Balanced
- Active Balanced
- Sustainable Diversified
- High Growth
Single asset class options
The single asset class options generally have higher risk because, unlike diversified investment options, they focus on one asset class instead of spreading the risk across a range of asset classes.
The choice is yours
When you join Statewide Super you can choose your investment option(s) straight away. And if you don’t want to choose, that’s okay - your money will automatically be invested in our top performing MySuper option.*
You can then switch your investment option(s) as often as you like.
But remember, you get one investment switch per financial year at no additional cost. Any additional investment switches in the same financial year will cost $20 each time, and will be deducted from your super account. Please refer to the Fees and Cost Booklet for more information.
For more detailed information, download the How we invest your money booklet.
If you have any questions, just call us on 1300 65 18 65. You can also chat to one of our expert financial planners and see how they can help you put a tailored financial plan together that’s designed especially for you.
*For the period to 30 April 2020, six out of ten super investment options have delivered top quartile investment performance over 5 years according to the SuperRatings Fund Crediting Rate Survey. Investment returns are not guaranteed, all investments have risk, and past performance is not a reliable indicator of future performance.