Compare ASB KiwiSaver
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Types of ASB KiwiSaver funds
The ASB has six predominantly passively managed KiwiSaver funds, each offering a different level of potential return and targeted to the needs of a different life stage or investor. Some are conservative, and aim to reduce ups and downs in a balance. Others focus on higher potential growth.
Its Positive Impact Fund aims for moderate to high returns through investments that have a positive impact on society or the environment in line with the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
The funds contain varying mixes of assets, with cash and fixed-interest bonds (income assets) making up most of the conservative funds, and equities (growth assets) making up more of the growth options:
- Growth Fund
- Balanced Fund
- Moderate Fund
- Conservative Fund
- NZ Cash Fund
- Positive Impact Fund
Eligibility to open an ASB KiwiSaver account
Most New Zealanders can join KiwiSaver. Find out if you’re eligible on the government’s KiwiSaver website.
How to open an ASB KiwiSaver account
Apply online on the ASB website.