JUNO KiwiSaver

JUNO KiwiSaver was launched by Pie Funds with the aim to help Kiwis benefit from its specialised active management strategy.

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Types of JUNO Kiwisaver

JUNO has three actively managed KiwiSaver funds, each offering a different level of potential return and targeted to the needs of a different life stage. The funds include:


A lower-risk conservative fund with a lower exposure to growth assets and a higher exposure to income assets. Its value is unlikely to fluctuate as much as the balanced or growth funds.


Can be a good option for steady growth for those who have a medium or longer time to invest, for example 5 – 10 years, or aren’t comfortable seeing dramatic ups and downs in their balances.


Has a larger percentage of funds invested in shares. Higher risks and more balance fluctuations come with the opportunity for higher long-term returns.

Eligibility to open an JUNO KiwiSaver account

Most New Zealanders can join KiwiSaver. Find out if you’re eligible on the government’s KiwiSaver website.

Join or transfer to an JUNO KiwiSaver account

Apply online on the JUNO website.

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Written by: Caitlin Bingham | Last updated: October 4, 2023