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Capital Stable
Summary Invests in a range of income and growth assets but mostly fixed income and cash, with a small allocation to shares and other assets.
Investment objective1 FutureSaver & Flexible Income with the TTR* Feature
CPI + 2.00% pa over rolling 10-year periods after taking into account fees, costs and tax.
Flexible Income
CPI + 2.50% pa over rolling 10-year periods after taking into account fees, costs and tax.
Growth/income allocation2 Growth assets - Target: 38%  Range: 18% - 58%
Income assets - Target: 62%  Range: 42% - 82%
Strategic asset allocation2
Australian equities
International equities
Private equity
Infrastructure & real assets
Property
Liquid alternatives (Growth)
Liquid alternatives (Defensive)
Credit income
Fixed income
Cash

Currency exposure3
Target
7%
12%
3%
8%
8%
0%
2%
10%
25%
25%

8%
Range
0% - 17%
2% - 22%
0% - 23%
0% - 28%
0% - 28%
0% - 0%
0% - 22%
0% - 30%
0% - 45%
1% - 75%

0% - 22%
Target
9%
11.5%
1.5%
8%
8%
0%
2%
10%
25%
25%

8%
Range
0% - 19%
0% - 22%
0% - 20%
0% - 28%
0% - 28%
0% - 0%
0% - 22%
0% - 30%
0% - 45%
1% - 75%

0% - 22%
Minimum suggested investment timeframe Medium term (4 years)
Standard Risk Measure4 3 - Low to medium

Estimated number of negative annual returns over any 20-year period4 1 to less than 2

Who might invest in this option? This option may suit investors seeking modest capital growth over the medium term who are willing to accept a moderate level of risk. However, remember that in return for relatively few years of negative returns you may be sacrificing the potential for higher long-term returns.


* Transition to Retirement
1. The investment objectives do not constitute a forecast or guarantee of future performance or the future rates of return of the investment option.
2. We may vary the asset allocation for an investment option from time to time. Each of the asset classes may include small cash balances for portfolio management purposes.
3. These currency exposure targets and ranges refer to the proportion of assets that are subject to foreign exchange rate movements. The actual currency exposure in place at a point in time depends on market conditions and the liquidity needs of the investment option. In addition, the Trustee may change the currency exposure targets or ranges from time to time.
4. For more information on the methodology used to determine risk measures and the estimated number of annual negative returns, refer to Standard Risk Measures in the How we invest our money Member Guide (for FutureSaver) or the Flexible Income PDS (for Flexible Income).
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