Our major investment holdings
We invest in a range of assets including shares, airports, shopping centres and fixed interest accounts.
See our top investment holdings across each asset class. The holdings below are based on the value of each holding as a percentage of our total investments.
Top 20 holdings in Australian shares by value (descending order).
Security name 1. Transurban Group 2. Sydney Airport 3. ASX Ltd 4. APA Group 5. Woolworths Group Ltd 6. BHP Group Ltd 7. GPT Group 8. Scentre Group 9. CSL Ltd 10. Macquarie Group Ltd 11. Commonwealth Bank of Australia 12. National Australia Bank Ltd 13. Telstra Corp Ltd 14. Rio Tinto Ltd 15. Vicinity Centres 16. James Hardie Industries PLC 17. Goodman Group 18. Wesfarmers Ltd 19. Westpac Banking Group 20. NEXTTDC LTD
Top 20 holdings in international shares by value (descending order).
Security name 1. Apple Inc 2. Microsoft Corp 3. Alibaba Group Holding Ltd 4. Aena SME SA 5. Enbridge Inc 6. Alphabet Inc 7. Tencent Holdings Ltd 8. Facebook Inc 9. JPMorgan Chase & Co 10. Visa Inc 11. Amazon.com Inc 12. Mastercard Inc 13. Samsung Electronics Co Ltd 14. Johnson & Johnson 15. Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing 16. National Grid PLC 17. Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc 18. Bank of America Corp 19. ASML Holding NV 20. Tesla Inc
Cash and fixed interest
Top 5 holdings in cash and fixed interest by value (descending order).
Security name 1. National Australia Bank - Call Accounts 2. BNP Paribas - Call Accounts 3. Commonwealth Bank of Australia - Call Accounts 4. Commonwealth Bank of Australia - Notice Accounts 5. National Australia Bank - Capital Notes
Top 5 holdings in direct property by value (descending order).
Security name 1. Karrinyup Shopping Centre WA 2. ISPT 50 Lonsdale St VIC 3. Marrickville Metro Shopping Centre NSW 4. 7 Macquarie St NSW 5. Malvern Central Shopping Centre VIC
Top 6 holdings in infrastructure by value (descending order).
Security name 1. Adelaide Airport 2. AquaSure (Victoria's Desalination Plant) 3. Brisbane Airport 4. Axicom (mobile communication towers) 5. Taumata Plantations (New Zealand timberlands) 6. Prospect Water
These holdings are based on data at 30 September 2020. Holdings change from time to time. The above holdings are the outcome of various strategies applied by UniSuper and by a range of investment managers taking into account a variety of considerations, many of which are specific to UniSuper and superannuation funds in general. The above lists are published for informational purposes only and are not a recommendation or endorsement of any of the companies listed, for inclusion in your personal portfolio. Before selecting companies to invest in personally, you should seek advice that takes into account your personal circumstances and investment objectives.
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