Weapons Free

Cut Ties With Weapons Investment

85% of Kiwis don’t want firearms, cluster bombs, nuclear weapons or other military weapons in their KiwiSaver fund.

In 2016, after a public outcry, all KiwiSaver providers excluded manufacturers of cluster bombs and landmines. In the wake of the Christchurch shootings, some have excluded firearms, such as semi-automatic weapons. For many investors, the issue is broader. They don’t want their KiwiSaver fund to include any companies that make profits from weapons manufacturers. 

But $183 million of KiwiSaver money is still invested in companies involved in the manufacture of weapons, over $100 million of that in nuclear weapons. More than half of the 265 KiwiSaver funds contain investment in nuclear weapons.

The following funds exclude all weapons:

Or you can use our Fund Finder to find the KiwiSaver fund that fits your criteria.

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Note: Medical Assurance Society also has a weapons-free policy

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