Build your investment portfolio with Smartshares products and gain exposure to a range of global and domestic investment possibilities. Easy to invest. Simple to follow your investment.

 

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DIVERSIFICATION

With one simple NZ$ purchase you get an investment in a range of securities, such as listed companies or corporate bonds, spreading your risk more broadly.

 

Key Benefits

With one simple purchase you get an investment in a range of financial products, such as listed companies or government bonds, spreading your risk more broadly. Increased diversification aims to smooth out volatility in your investment portfolio.

LOWER COSTS

The funds keep costs down because in most cases we do not need to make active investment decisions, which may require spending on research and analytical expertise.

 

Key Benefits

Simple fee structure with no performance based fees.

Option to sign up for our regular savings plan.

Generally lower fees than other New Zealand managed funds.

FLEXIBILITY

Smartshares units trade like individual shares. From as little as $500 up front and $50 per month, our regular savings plan is a simple and affordable way to accumulate units.

 

Key Benefits

It’s easy to sign up and apply. Buy units in Smartshares via your NZX Participant, or directly with Smartshares.

Participate in the Smartshares regular savings plan – payments can be from as little as $50 a month and can be started or stopped at any time.

The regular savings plan allows you to benefit from dollar cost averaging. This lessens the risk of investing a large amount in a single investment at the wrong time.

Where distributions are paid, you have the option of taking the income or reinvesting in the same fund for no additional cost.

TRANSPARENCY

Information about each Smartshares ETF is public.

 

Key Benefits

The funds' prices are published in the newspaper and online so you can follow the progress of your investment at any time. View price and trading information at:

RISKS

 

Risks

Purchasing Smartshares ETFs does not guarantee a profit or assure against losses.

Price of units can go up and down and units can trade at a discount or a premium, which means the purchase price of a unit can differ from the value of the underlying fund assets.

A more comprehensive description of the risks in this type of investment can be found in the Product Disclosure Statement.