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Annual superannuation bulletin

Tuesday 31 January 2023

The annual superannuation bulletin provides an overview of the superannuation industry, and is published on an annual basis. These statistics contains information on funds and membership profile, key financial performance metrics, financial position, fees and expenses. 

Changes to presentation for 2020

To promote ease of data use and in response to user feedback, APRA has implemented a streamlined presentation of the ASB. The ASB is now split into three files, each containing industry aggregates:

  • Superannuation entities
  • MySuper products
  • Licensees

The contents of the files are the same as the existing ASB, with some additional timeseries data included. The files contain data from 2015, with historical data remaining available on the APRA website, below.

The highlights provides an overall view of industry performance and insights into observed trends.

The superannuation entities file contains data on superannuation entities at an industry aggregate level. It includes data relating to fund profile, performance membership and insurance, as well as defined benefit sub-funds.

The MySuper file contains detailed profile and performance data at an industry aggregate level relating to MySuper products. 

The licensees file contains data relating to registerable superannuation entity (RSE) licensees. It contains profile, total assets under management and directorships at an industry aggregate level.

Supporting documents

Next release 

31 January 2024 (June 2023 edition)

Historical data

The June 2019 edition of the annual superannuation bulletin is provided for reference. This edition of the statistics was presented in a different format to subsequent releases of this publication, and the data may have been subject to revisions.

For more information

Email or mail to

Manager, External Data Reporting – Data Analytics and Insights
Australian Prudential Regulation Authority
GPO Box 9836, Sydney NSW 2001

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