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Fund factsheets

To make it easier-to-understand where NEST’s funds are invested and how we’re delivering each fund, we publish two reports every quarter.

Find out where NEST’s funds are invested

Our quarterly investment report provides:

  • information on the asset allocation for NEST’s funds
  • market commentary from our chief investment officer
  • update on our responsible investment activities
  • information about how funds are performing

Read the latest Quarterly investment report (PDF)

Previous quarterly investment reports

Quarterly investment report Dec 2015 to March 2016 (PDF)
Quarterly investment report Sept 2015 to Dec 2015 (PDF)
Quarterly investment report June 2015 to Sept 2015 (PDF)
Quarterly investment report March 2015 to June 2015 (PDF)
Quarterly investment report Dec 2014 to March 2015 (PDF)

Find out how we deliver NEST’s funds

NEST’s funds are designed by our expert in-house team. The team makes careful decisions to create the funds by blending a diverse range of building block funds. These building blocks are all managed by professional and regulated fund managers.

Our Investment implementation document (PDF) goes into more detail about how this works in practice. It sets out:

  • the underlying building block funds for the investment strategy of NEST’s fund range
  • the total exposure of all NEST funds to each underlying fund as a percentage of all the money managed by NEST
  • the selection of building block funds used to deliver each of the NEST funds and the resulting asset allocations
  • the asset allocation for each single year target date fund in the default range of NEST Retirement Date Funds

Read previous Investment implementation documents

Unit prices

We use our members’ contributions to buy units in our retirement funds. We publish unit prices every month. They show how much each individual unit in the fund is worth.

See the latest unit prices (PDF)

See unit prices for previous months