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The Conservative Fund is invested up to 35% in shares andother growth assets with the remainder invested in cash andfixed interest assets. Its objective is to exceed the returns youwould receive from investing 70% of your funds in NewZealand fixed interest assets and cash and 30% in shares through active asset allocation and active selection ofshares fixed interest and cash assets.
Kiwi Wealth is 100% Kiwi-owned and operated and our team is based right here in New Zealand. We're ultimately owned by the NZ Super Fund, ACC and NZ Post, so our profits stay in New Zealand too. We invest our members’ money in companies that meet our strict environmental, social and governance criteria. For example, we don’t invest in nuclear weapons, tobacco and whaling. Your money not only gets invested in New Zealand but across the globe too, helping to diversify your investment.
This website is operated by Sustainable Initiatives Aotearoa T/A Mindful Money and is not endorsed by, or affiliated with, the New Zealand government or Inland Revenue. Sustainable Initiatives Aotearoa T/A Mindful Money is using the KiwiSaver trade mark and logo under licence from Inland Revenue. To view the official New Zealand government KiwiSaver website, please click here.
Investing involves risk. The value of investments can go down, as well as going up. You might lose some of your capital invested. The information provided on this website is not a recommendation to buy, sell or hold any financial products. Nothing on this page is financial advice for the purposes of the Financial Markets Conduct Act 2013 and any associated regulations.
Before investing, consider your investment aims, your values and your risk preferences. You should read the Product Disclosure Statement for the investment fund carefully. It contains the fund’s investment objectives, risks, fees and other information which you should know before investing. This website has a list of the advisers that are registered with the Responsible Investment Association of Australasia. You should contact an investment adviser before investing if you have questions or if you are unclear about the implications of your investment decision.