Investing in your future: our COR philosophy explained
Consistent Optimised Returns. That’s what COR stands for. But what does it actually mean for you and your super? After all, shouldn’t it be the objective of all super funds to achieve consistent optimised returns for members?
More than just an objective
COR is more than an objective, it’s our investment philosophy. It’s an important distinction to make.
At LGIAsuper, our approach is meticulous and considered. This is particularly true when it comes to selecting investments. No hidden agendas, just intelligent choices aimed at preserving and enhancing your super.*
COR for all
Everybody is different, so how do we achieve consistent optimised returns for such a wide range of members?
By identifying investment opportunities that possess the following COR characteristics:
- Insulation from volatility – while no investment is risk free, our diversified approach seeks to minimise the impact of market instability;
- Innovative direct investments – these include unique projects and infrastructure assets with strong market share (or with a monopoly);
- Tangible assets that benefit the entire community.
As a result, all our ready-made investment options have exposure to COR, ranging from very modest (Defensive) to significant (Aggressive).
Take steps now
When it comes to super, a lot of emphasis is placed on the ‘end game.’ We agree that super is one of the most important investments you will ever make, but it’s hard to imagine a comfortable future when you’re not comfortable with your present. That’s where we come in.
No matter what your appetite for risk is, LGIAsuper has an investment option just for you. If you would like help with your investment strategy, call 1800 444 396 today.
Already happy with your investment approach? Rest assured that we will continue to manage your retirement savings in accordance with our COR philosophy. And, if your situation changes, it’s good to know you have the flexibility to select a different option (or combination of options).
*Past performance is not an indicator of future performance.