Portfolio Holdings

April 26 2018

ESSSuper Accumulation Fund – Top 20 and top 10 Portfolio Holdings at 30 September 2017

In the following tables, we disclose the top 20 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 20 and 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. This information is current at 30 September 2017.

 

Australian Equities Asset Class 

Rank  Stock Weight (%)1
1 Westpac Banking Corporation 3.6 
2 National Australia Bank 3.4 
3 BHP 3.1
4 ANZ Bank 3.1 
5 Commonwealth Bank of Australia   2.7 
6 Macquarie Group  2.5 
7 Wesfarmers  2.5 
8 Woolworths  2.2 
9 REA Group  1.8 
10 Seek  1.8 
11 CYBG  1.7 
12 Origin Energy  1.7 
13 Domino's Pizza Enterprises  1.6 
14 Fletcher Building Limited  1.6 
15 Cochlear  1.5 
16 AMP  1.4 
17 Caltex Australia Limited  1.4 
18 Suncorp Group  1.4 
19 Trade Me Group  1.3 
20 Rio Tinto  1.3 

1. Percentage of the Australian Equities Asset Class

International Equities Asset Class

Rank  Stock Weight (%)1
1 Alphabet Inc 1.9 
2 Comcast 1.7
3 Safran SA 1.5
4 Airbus Group 1.4
5 American Express Co  1.3
6 Microsoft Corp 1.2
7 Charter Communications 1.2
8 Baidu Inc 1.1
9 Rolls-Royce Group 1.0 
10 London Stock Exchange 1.0 
11 Visa 1.0 
12 Allergan plc 1.0
13 Aia Group Ltd 0.9 
14 Tencent Holdings Ltd 0.9
15 CVS Health Corporation 0.9 
16 Novo Nordisk 0.9
17 United Health Group 0.9
18 Thermo Fisher Scientific 0.9
19 Baxter International 0.9
20 Capita PLC 0.8 

1. Percentage of the International Equities Asset Class

Property Asset Class

Rank  Stock Weight (%)1
1 Collins Place, Melbourne 6.2 
2 Angel Place, 123 Pitt St, Sydney 5.3
3 Bourke Place, Melbourne 4.3
4 255 George St, Sydney 4.1
5 700 Bourke St, Melbourne   3.9
6 Westfield Southland, Cheltenham 3.4
7 200 George St, Sydney 3.2
8 Westfield Carindale 2.6
9 AMP Centre, 50 Bridge St, Sydney 2.5
10 Darling Park Complex, Sydney 2.4

1. Percentage of the Property Asset Class

Infrastructure Asset Class

Rank  Stock Weight (%)1
1 Melbourne Airport 9.6 
2 Perth Airport 8.4
3 Ausgrid 6.5
4 Transgrid 4.6
5 NSW Ports 4.5
6 Port of Brisbane 4.0
7 Indiana Tollroad 3.9
8 Brisbane Airport 2.9
9 South East Water 2.6
10 Manchester Airport Group 2.1

1. Percentage of the Infrastructure Asset Class


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