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Portfolio holdings

July 16 2024

Investment option name changes

The names of six of our nine investment options changed on 1 July 2023:

Investment option name until 30 June 2023 Investment option name from 1 July 2023
High Growth Growth
Basic Growth Balanced Growth
Growth (default option) Balanced (default option)
Balanced Conservative
Conservative Capital Stable
Ethically Minded Ethical Diversified

Additionally, all investment options have been reclassified. For more information, please refer to our Investment option name and classification changes news article, or the relevant Product Disclosure Statement.


ESSSuper Accumulation Fund - Top 10 portfolio holdings
As at 31 March 2024

In the following tables, we disclose the top 10 Australian and International equities and top 10 Property and Infrastructure asset class investment holdings in the Accumulation Plan. These asset classes have been selected because they make up a significant portion of the investment options offered in the Accumulation Plan. This information has been provided to inform members and stakeholders of the largest (top 10) individual investment holdings in these asset classes.

The Accumulation Fund's investment holdings in these assets classes can change on a daily basis.

Australian Equities asset class

Rank Stock Weight1
1 BHP 5.7%
2 CSL 4.3%
3 Commonwealth Bank of Australia 3.2%
4 Macquarie Group 3.1%
5 Rio Tinto 2.9%
6 Santos Limited 2.7%
7 QBE 2.6%
8 ANZ Bank 2.5%
9 National Australia Bank 2.5%
10 Woodside Energy Group 2.5%

1. Percentage of the Australian Equities asset class

International Equities asset class

Rank Stock Weight2
1 Microsoft Corp 4.3%
2 Alphabet Inc 3.8%
3 Meta Platforms Inc 2.6%
4 Amazon 2.4%
5 United Health Group 2.3%
6 Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. 2.1%
7 Samsung Electronics 1.9%
8 Canadian Pacific Kansas City 1.9%
9 Elevance Health Inc 1.7%
10 Unilever 1.7%

2. Percentage of the International Equities asset class

Infrastructure asset class

Rank Stock Weight3
1 Sydney airport 10.4%
2 Aleatica 10.0%
3 Buckeye 7.4%
4 Ausgrid 6.8%
5 Melbourne Airport 6.4%
6 Indiana Tollroad 6.4%
7 NSW Ports 3.7%
8 Brisbane Airport 3.5%
9 Manchester Airport Group 3.2%
10 Port of Brisbane 3.0%

3. Percentage of the Infrastructure asset class

Property asset class

Rank Stock Weight4
1 Collins Place, Melbourne 7.2%
2 Macquarie Centre, Macquarie Park 6.3%
3 Quay Quarter Tower, Sydney 5.4%
4 Westfield Southland, Cheltenham 5.1%
5 Angel Place, 123 Pitt St Sydney 5.0%
6 255 George St, Sydney 4.2%
7 Bourke Place, Melbourne 4.2%
8 Westfield Liverpool, Liverpool 3.5%
9 Westfield Carindale 3.1%
10 700 Bourke St, Melbourne 3.0%

4. Percentage of the Property asset class

ESSSuper Accumulation Fund - Investment options portfolio holdings disclosure
As at 31 December 2023

See what assets your Accumulation Fund investment option(s) were invested in as at the date above by downloading this information for your investment option(s) listed below.

The Accumulation Fund's investment options' holdings may change on a daily basis. Portfolio holdings for Accumulation Fund investment options will be updated here every six months, in March and September.

How to read the portfolio holdings disclosure documents

Definitions for the document column headings in the portfolio holdings listed for each investment option are provided below.

For information about ESSSuper's investment options, refer to our Investment options web page.

Assets: These are the portfolio holdings grouped into asset classes, such as equities, fixed income, infrastructure, etc.

Name: This is the asset name. The name provided will vary according to the asset class. Examples include an investment fund, trust, bank, or a stock name.

Currency: Currency denotes the monetary origin of the asset.

Security identifier: This applies to individually listed assets that are traded on an exchange, such as shares and bonds. The security identifier is the unique reference used to identify that asset on the exchange.

Units held: This is the number of units or shares held in a particular asset.

Value: This is the value, in Australian dollars, of a particular asset or asset class.

Weighting: This is the percentage amount of a particular asset or asset class in the investment option.


Emergency Services Superannuation Board ABN 28 161 296 741 (ESSB), the Trustee of the Emergency Services Superannuation Scheme ABN 85 894 637 037 (ESSSuper). The information contained on this web page is of a general nature only. It should not be considered as a substitute for reading the relevant ESSSuper Product Disclosure Statement (PDS) that contains detailed information about ESSSuper products, services and features. Before making a decision about an ESSSuper product, you should consider the appropriateness of the product to your personal objectives, financial situation and needs. It may also be beneficial to seek professional advice from a licensed financial planner or adviser. An ESSSuper PDS is available on our PDS and handbooks page or by contacting us.