5655.0 - Managed Funds, Australia, Mar 2020  
Latest ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 04/06/2020   
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KEY STATISTICS

During the March 2020 quarter:

      The total managed funds industry fell $231.7b (-5.9%) to $3,718.2b funds under management
      Consolidated assets of managed funds institutions fell $161.5b (-5.2%) to $2,973.5b
      Cross invested assets fell $78.0b (-13.6%) to $495.7b
      Unconsolidated assets fell $239.5b (-6.5%) to $3,469.2b

Dec Qtr 2019
Mar Qtr 2020
Dec Qtr 2019 to Mar Qtr 2020
$m
$m
%

Total managed funds industry
3 949 988
3 718 243
-5.9
Consolidated assets total managed funds institutions
3 134 985
2 973 489
-5.2
Cross invested assets between managed funds institutions
573 721
495 678
-13.6
Unconsolidated assets total managed funds institutions
3 708 706
3 469 167
-6.5
Life insurance corporations
205 242
187 251
-8.8
Superannuation (pension) funds
3 031 823
2 823 893
-6.9
Public offer (retail) unit trusts
412 784
397 169
-3.8
All other managed funds institutions
58 857
60 854
3.4



NOTES

FORTHCOMING ISSUES

ISSUE (QUARTER) Release Date
June 2020 3 September 2020
September 2020 10 December 2020
December 2020 4 March 2021
March 2021 3 June 2021


REVISIONS
  • Table 3 Life insurance corporations - revised back to the June quarter 2019.
  • Table 4 Superannuation (pension) funds - revised back to the September quarter 2016.
  • Table 5 Public offer (retail) unit trusts - revised back to the June quarter 2019.
  • Table 6 Friendly Societies - no revisions.
  • Table 7 Common funds - no revisions.
  • Table 8 Cash management trusts - no revisions.
  • Table 9 Resident Investment Managers - revised back to the September quarter 2017.


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