Find the KiwiSaver fund that fits

Please complete these three questions so we can provide you with ethical fund suggestions that suit your values and investment criteria.

1. What do you want to avoid investing in?

Rank the issues below from 0 - 10, where 10 is an issue that concerns you greatly. It's OK to put all the sliders at 10 if that is how you feel.

Fossil Fuels
0 5 10
Weapons
0 5 10
Tobacco
0 5 10
Gambling
0 5 10
Adult Entertainment/Pornography
0 5 10
Alcohol
0 5 10
Palm Oil
0 5 10
Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs)
0 5 10
Human Rights & Environmental Violations
0 5 10
Animal Testing
0 5 10

2. What approach is most important for you?

Move these into the order that is most important to you using the up and down arrows.

  1. Avoids your concerns in Question 1 above.
    l i

    Broad exclusion of sectors of concern to New Zealanders

  2. Selects better companies.
    l i

    Uses analysis of environmental, social, and governance performance to choose companies with higher standards.

  3. Low fees.
    l i

    Total annual fees. Please note that lower fees don't always mean higher net returns.

  4. Higher past returns.
    l i

    Please note that higher past returns don't always mean higher future returns.

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  • ← Suits Least

3. What’s your risk profile?

Let us know a little about the type of investment, and the level of risk that you're comfortable with.


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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 Advisers Act 2008 and any associated regulations.

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