A focus on long-term performance
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QSuper is delivering regular updates to members during the coronavirus pandemic, which continues to impact financial markets across the world. Members were invited to our May online broadcast focusing on infrastructure investments around the globe.
During the broadcast, QSuper Head of Funds Management Elizabeth Kumaru took members on a deep dive into QSuper’s infrastructure investments.
QSuper currently has more than $10 billion invested in infrastructure assets globally¹, and the fund aims to hold a reasonably diversified pool of infrastructure assets. Among the current investments are stakes in some well-known assets including Heathrow, Port of Brisbane, Edinburgh Airport and NSW Ports.
QSuper has a strong focus on keeping members updated on the latest superannuation changes, particularly during COVID-19, and we aim to help improve your financial wellbeing.
QSuper has enjoyed another big win for members taking out research agency Chant West’s Best Fund for Investments for 2020². The award recognises our unique investment strategy that helps smooth out returns for members even when markets are volatile.
1. QSuper data. As at 31 March 2020 (updated quarterly)
2. Chant West does not issue, sell, guarantee, or underwrite this product. For further information about the methodology used by Chant West, see chantwest.com.au. Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future performance. Awards and ratings are only one factor when deciding how to invest your super.
Despite recent market volatility, QSuper’s Balanced investment option has led the industry in investment performance over the past three months.
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