The unit price of a pension fund represents the “per unit” market value of the fund. It’s also the price at which pension plan members buy and sell units of the fund. Calculating unit price is simple. First, you add up all the fund’s net assets (both investments and cash) and subtract any liabilities. Then you divide that number by the total number of units held by pension plan members. The result is the unit price.
Unit prices of our pension funds are calculated and issued on a weekly basis, every Friday. Members buy and sell units in our pension funds at the same unit price (i.e. there is no bid-ask spread).