Meat Industry Employees' Super Fund - Allocated PensionInformation shown is for the rated option.
What the Researchers Say:
An OTHER rated fund usually has average or below average features and/or performance across a number of assessment areas. These funds frequently have many competitors that offer superior performance and structures in a more efficient environment.
You should contact your financial adviser and/or this fund directly before making an investment decision.
|Balance||This Fund||Industry Average||Difference|
Fees & Charges
|Asset Admin Fee||0.00%|
|Account Size Discount||No|
|Employer Size Discount||N/A|
|Financial Planning Service|
|Non-lapsing Binding Nominations|
|Insurance Life Event Increases|
|Long Term Income Protection|
About this Fund
|Offered to Public?|
|Fund Type||Industry-Allocated Pension|
Fund Highlights - provided by Meat Industry Employees' Super Fund - Allocated Pension
Investment Option Performance
|Asset Allocation Category||FYTD||FY 2015||FY 2014||FY 2013||FY 2012||FY 2011||Comparison|
- Outperformed average
- Underperformed average
- Negative returns
Annualised figures are the average per year returns of the rated option based on the cumulative returns for the past 5 years to 30/06/2015, past performance is not a reliable indicator of future performance. Performance and fee data is based on the option which is rated by SuperRatings and stated on each product's landing page.
Benchmark investment information - how performance is measured
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Percentage of Growth Assets
What the researchers say
MIESF Allocated Pension was established in 1998 and is designed to service the pension needs for workers in the meat industry. A minimum investment of $20,000 is required to commence membership.
The fund offers 1 Diversified investment option. Past performance of this option (where data has been available) has been below average when compared to the SuperRatings index.
The fund offers a competitive fee structure, with fees lower than the industry average across all assessed account balances. Members can switch between investment options without incurring a charge; however, an exit fee does apply.
The Fund provides a below average level of product flexibility, with members able to choose from 3 pension payment frequencies, as well as a choice of non-binding and reversionary death benefit payments.
The fund provides occasional newsletters to members and has some education tools available on the website. Overall this is a low cost fund that provides relatively limited additional benefits to members.