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The numbers speak for themselves
We use “net return” to compare funds, which is one of the best ways to see how funds stack up. The net return of an investment is its return minus fees and taxes.
Net return guide – how UniSuper compares with the industry median and other funds
Source: Chant West. The net return used in the above graph is an estimate of how much an account balance of $50,000 would earn in the next year based on historical long-term performance (average return over 10 years to 31 December 2020, after investment fees and tax), minus current administration fees. The investment options used are the UniSuper Balanced option and other funds’ options with similar risk profiles. Full details regarding Chant West’s research methodology, processes, ratings definitions are available at chantwest.com.au and Chant West’s Financial Services Guide is available at chantwest.com.au/financial-services-guide.
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We’ve won a string of awards and high ratings for our investment performance*, value and services from the country’s top ratings and research agencies.
*Past performance is not an indicator of future performance.
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