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Investment Portfolio Holdings

Your superannuation and retirement savings are invested across a range of underlying investment holdings. These could be in company shares, airports, office blocks, shopping centres and more.

Find out where your money is invested by using the filters below. This information is updated twice a year, for 30 June and 31 December.

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    • New legislation introduced the Portfolio Holdings Disclosure regime, which requires additional information on underlying investment holdings of select investment options to be made available. This makes it simple for you to see the underlying holdings for those investment options, including their weightings.

      You’ll be able to view the underlying investment holdings of MLC investment options or investment options offered by our related entities.

      This information is publicly available to anyone to access.

    • The underlying holdings are updated twice a year within 90 days of 30 June and 31 December.

    • For externally managed investment options, we use the latest unit prices available to us, as at the date the underlying holdings data was last updated (which happens twice a year). We obtain these prices from Morningstar.

      For the underlying investments within MLC investment options or within investment options offered by our related entities, the valuations are sourced from or calculated by our custodian, NAB Asset Servicing, using data from other external firms.

      All asset and derivative values are determined in line with industry standards.

      For those investments that are exposed to foreign currency, we convert them to Australian dollars (AUD) using the foreign exchange rates as at the date the underlying holdings data was last updated.

    • No, this won’t impact the way our products and services operate, nor the fees that apply. The only change is new publicly available information on the underlying holdings of select investment options.

    • For a list of investment options available to you for MLC MasterKey, you can refer to the Investment Menu, within the relevant Product Disclosure Statement (PDS) or the Fund Profile Tool opens in new window.

    • All investments are grouped into different asset classes. Some of the more common asset classes you may have come across are shares (also known as equities), fixed income (such as bonds), property and cash.
      If you’d like more information on the different asset classes available:

      • For MLC MasterKey Super & Pension Fundamentals (MKSPF), after logging into your account, you can find this information on page 7 of the MKSPF Investment Menu.
      • For MLC MasterKey Business Super (MKBS) or MLC MasterKey Personal Super (MKPS), after logging into your account, you can find this information on page 7 of the MKBS Investment Menu.
    • We acknowledge that sustainable investments, and understanding the environmental, social, and governance (ESG) risks that apply to your investment options is becoming increasingly important. That’s why we’ve made the latest research publicly available to you.

      The information is available for managed funds in the relevant PDS for MLC MasterKey Investments.

      Before you make any investment decisions, we encourage you to speak with your financial adviser.

    • No, based on the structure of the investment option, you can’t request a purchase or sell instruction of specific underlying holdings.

    • Yes, once you’ve made your selection, you can download all the data from the tab labelled “Download data”. The data will be available on a single spread sheet.

    • Yes, it is and it’s due to the weightings being rounded off to two decimal places. If the weightings are sufficiently small (for example, XYZ shares have a weighting of 0.004%), then that number will be rounded to 0.00%.

      It doesn’t mean that the underlying holding has no weighting in the investment option.

    • If you have further questions, you can contact your financial adviser. Alternatively, you can visit our contact us page and choose a way to get in touch that’s convenient for you.