KiwiSaver is a voluntary savings initiative designed to encourage New Zealanders to save for retirement. Most members will build up their savings by contributing either 3%, 4% or 8% of their pay. If you’re self-employed or not working, you can choose how much and how often to contribute.
Kiwibank distributes the Kiwi Wealth KiwiSaver Scheme (formerly called the Gareth Morgan KiwiSaver Scheme). They have an experienced investment team who put you first – no big punts, no chasing fads.
You’re in control. You can choose (and change) your mix of investment portfolios online as your circumstances or appetite for risk change, and you can see exactly what you’ve got invested where – and how it’s doing.
You’ll get an online report every month that shows:
See your KiwiSaver account balance when you log into Kiwibank Internet Banking, or check out exactly what’s happening with your investments at kiwiwealth.co.nz.
Each month you’ll see all the contributions going into your account, where your money is invested, the fees and taxes deducted, and how your savings are performing.See a sample performance report at kiwiwealth.co.nz.
The team works hard to keep you informed. They’ll personally answer all your calls and emails, and their monthly commentary will keep you up-to-date on investing and what’s happening in the market.
With years’ of experience in managing investments (and the People’s Choice KiwiSaver Scheme Communication award 2011, 2012), your nest egg is in good hands.Find out more
Download the Investment Statement for the Kiwi Wealth KiwiSaver Scheme (PDF 301 KB) or pick up a copy from your local Kiwibank.
Kiwi Wealth Limited (formerly called Gareth Morgan KiwiSaver Limited) is the Issuer and Manager of the Kiwi Wealth KiwiSaver Scheme (the Scheme) and is a related company of Kiwibank Limited. Kiwibank is a distributor but is not an issuer or promoter of the Scheme. Investments made in the Scheme do not represent bank deposits or other liabilities of Kiwibank and neither they nor any other person guarantees the repayment of members’ interests in the Scheme or the payment of any earnings or returns on investment in the Scheme. Investments in the Scheme are subject to investment and other risks, including possible delays in payment of withdrawal amounts in some circumstances and loss of investment value.