A further slowing in growth
NAB researchers have undertaken a detailed review of a large sample of the portfolio holdings disclosure (PHD) data made available in 2022 under regulatory changes for the industry.
NAB has undertaken an in-depth analysis of a large sample of the portfolio holdings data from Australia’s largest super funds made available under regulatory changes to the industry.
The study aims to give superannuation fund investment teams, trustees and ultimately members greater insights into the breadth of investment strategies, country exposures and derivatives hedging being used to protect returns in volatile markets.
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For the analysis, NAB examined data taken from 14 of Australia’s largest super funds, with a focus on their MySuper or similar investment products. Taken together, the survey covers more than a million individual holdings across listed, unlisted, and fixed interest assets, representing about 80% of the industry’s assets under management for these type of investment options.
The data has been made available, in highly granular form, for the first time in 2022 under the Corporations Amendment (Portfolio Holdings Disclosure) Regulations 2021 which came into force on November 11, 2021.
Some key findings:
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