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Christian KiwiSaver Growth Fund

The Fund invests mainly in growth assets such as equities and alternative assets. It has a small exposure to fixed interest, mortgages and cash. It is designed to have a medium to high risk profile and to appeal to investors with a long term investment horizon.

Here at Christian KiwiSaver Scheme, we’re about delivering great returns but we believe that how a return is made is important too. Our Scheme is built on universally accepted Christian values which underpin our ethical investment policy and shape how we manage your money. Under the policy, we are positive investors, informed first by a desire to support and encourage what is good in God’s eyes.

Please note:

The Scheme is a restricted KiwiSaver scheme and is offered only to employees of organisations whose primary activities are in our opinion Christian mission or ministry (including employees of charitable entities associated with or operating in the Christian Church, or employees of entities which we approve as having a Christian special character); and persons who express a Christian faith and have a commitment to Christian community involvement when applying (and their immediate family members and dependants)

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