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Use your super to invest in a wide range of Australian and international companies
Exchange traded funds (ETFs) offer access to a wide range of Australian and international companies through a selection of pre-mixed portfolios. They are structured like a managed fund and can be traded like shares on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX).
Self Invest offers a variety of ETFs for you to choose from. A maximum of 85% of your total QSuper Accumulation or Retirement Income account balance can be held in ETFs, and maximum exposure limits apply to each (represented as a percentage of your total balance, at the time of transacting).1
Vanguard Australian Shares Index
Vanguard MSCI Australian Small Companies Index
iShares S&P/ASX 20 ETF
SPDR S&P/ASX 200 ETF
Vanguard Australian Shares High Yield
BetaShares Australian Sustainability Leaders ETF
Vanguard Australian Properties Securities Index
Dow Jones Global Real Estate Fund
Vanguard US Total Market Shares Index
Vanguard All-World ex-US Shares Index
SPDR S&P Global Dividend Fund
Vanguard FTSE Emerging Markets Shares ETF
Vanguard MSCI Index International Shares
Vanguard MSCI Index International Shares (Hedged)
iShares Global 100 ETF
iShares Global Consumer Staples ETF
iShares Global Healthcare ETF
BetaShares Global Sustainability Leaders ETF
BetaShares NASDAQ 100 ETF
Vanguard Australian Government Bond Index
Vanguard International Credit Securities index (Hedged) ETF
Vanguard international Fixed Interest Index (Hedged) ETF
iShares Core Composite Bond ETF
iShares Government Inflation ETF
BetaShares Gold Bullion ETF - Currency Hedged
ETFS Physical Gold (unhedged)
Vaneck Vectors FTSE Global Infrastructure (Hedged) ETF
Fees apply for investing your super in Self Invest, and are also charged when you buy and sell an ETF. The fees will be deducted from your Self Invest transaction account. An ETF management fee also applies, which will be deducted from the ETF by the ETF manager before the return is declared. Find out more.
As an asset class, ETFs are considered to be a high risk investment, however individual ETFs can carry a lower risk, such as one that invests in a diverse range of bonds. When you invest in ETFs, you need to be prepared to accept a level of volatility and the possibility of negative returns.
You can find out more in the Self Invest Guide or the Self Invest Australian Shares and ETFs factsheet.
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1. The ETFs available through Self Invest could change from time to time.