Your investment options
Prime Super offers 11 investment options to meet your needs and maximise your investment returns to provide for your retirement.
|Pre-mixed options||Sector options|
|Managed Growth||International Shares|
|Sustainable Responsible Investment (SRI) balanced|
Click here for more details on each of the 11 investment options including investment objectives, asset allocation, time horizon and returns.
When you join Prime Super you can invest in one investment option or a combination of options. If you don't make a choice, you will be invested in the MySuper option which provides a balance between risk and return, designed to provide above inflation returns over the long term.
You can switch investments at any time via your MemberOnline account or by completing the Investment Choice form available at primesuper.com.au or by calling us on 1800 675 839. Switches take effect on the Saturday of each week after we receive your request.
Advice and investment decisions
Financial advice can help you make an informed decision about your investment choice. If you want help, Prime Super can provide members with general and limited financial advice. Just call us on 1800 675 839.
Our investment approach
Prime Super's intention is to act legally, act in the interests of members and deal with parties who, to our knowledge, are reputable organisations. Prime Super has an ESG Policy and a Climate Change Policy.
Get advice and make an informed decision about your investment choice.
Prime Super's limited advice service is provided under an arrangement with Money Solutions Pty Ltd (AFSL 258145).
This website contains general information only and does not take account of your personal circumstances. You should obtain personal advice where appropriate. This content is current as at the date of publication and subject to change. Prime Super (ABN 60 562 335 823) is issued by Prime Super Pty Ltd (ABN 81 067 241 016, AFSL 219723). Product Disclosure Statements are available from the issuer by calling 1800 675 839. Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future performance.
Updated 1 April 2020