We update our unit prices daily so you can keep up to date with how your pension is performing.
You can change your investment option/s as your needs and investment profile changes.
About unit pricing
Unit prices show the value of your investments, and MyLife MyPension calculates its unit prices daily.
Unit pricing is used to calculate investment returns for your pension account, a bit like share prices in a company. As a MyLife MyPension member, you’re assigned a certain number of units, based on your account balance. These units are then invested into your chosen investment option. Different investment options have different unit prices.
The value of your units can go up and down on any given day, the same as shares, depending on the performance of the investment option you have chosen. When it comes to changing investment options, if we receive your request to change your investment options prior to 4pm AEST/AEDT on a business day, the change will be effective using the unit prices applied for that day. If the request is received after 4pm AEST/AEDT on a business day, the change will be effective the following business day. So, the value of your investment option (the unit price) may change between the time you switch online and when the switch takes effect.
For more information about unit pricing, please click the link below to read our Product Disclosure Statement.
Pension unit prices
You can download the latest daily unit prices using the link below.
|Pension unit prices - Period 1 July 2021 to current|
We add the latest unit prices into the document daily.
Historical Unit Prices
You can download our historical (weekly) unit prices as a Microsoft Excel (.xlsx) file from the link below.
The file contains the unit prices for investment options within MyLife MyPension dated back to 2003, up until 30 June 2021.
|Pension unit prices - Period 30 June 2003 to 30 June 2021|
Please note: the dates listed between 2003-2008 are the 'valued at' dates for each unit price (which is the Friday before the effective date). From the beginning of 2009 the dates represent the 'effective from' dates for the unit price.