AUSTRALIA - The A$20bn ($21.3bn) REST Industry Super raked in a 9.5% return for its default strategy in the year ended 30 June.
REST said all its fund options were in positive territory for the year.
REST Industry Super CEO, Damian Hill said: "This result maintains REST's position for this financial year and the long term numbers continue to provide a very positive outlook for members. The Core Strategy has produced a return of 4.55% per annum over the past five years and 6.99% per annum over the past ten years.
"Overall these are strong results and members should have every confidence in continuing to grow their superannuation savings with REST."
REST is the largest industry superannuation fund by membership with 1.9 million members.
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