We offer a range of funds to meet the needs and requirements of New Zealand investors.
Implemented Investment Solutions (IIS) have partnered with a range of investment managers to provide New Zealand investors with access to global investment expertise.
Each of our solutions has been designed from a New Zealand perspective, taking into account factors unique to kiwi investors and offshore investors wanting to access New Zealand investment opportunities.
The Product Disclosure Statement (PDS) for each offer has been lodged with the Registrar of Financial Service Providers and can be obtained from our website here or on the Companies Office Disclose website.
- Russell Investments NZ Fixed Interest Fund
- Russell Investments Global Fixed Interest Fund
- Russell Investments NZ Shares Fund
- Russell Investments Global Shares Fund
- Russell Investments Hedged Global Shares Fund
- APN AREIT PIE Fund
- Hunter Global Fixed Interest Fund
- Legg Mason Brandywine Global Opportunistic Fixed Income Fund
IIS and Russell Investments have made a range of funds available that include Portfolio Investment Entities (PIE funds) and also Australian Unit Trusts (AUT). AUT's are taxed under Foreign Investment Fund (FIF) tax rules.
PIE and FIF Funds provide different tax benefits and outcomes for different investors. A benefit of using PIE fund for a New Zealand-resident individual investor is the different tax rates on investment income determined by their Prescribed Investor Rate (PIR). The PIR for New Zealand-resident is determined by their taxable income over the previous two years, and in some cases may be a lower rate than the investor's marginal tax rate. PIE Funds can also provide administrative benefits for New Zealand tax payers as PIE tax is a final tax.
Foreign Investment PIE Funds cater for non-resident investors. A Foreign Investment Variable Rate Pie Fund enables non-resident investors to access New Zealand investment opportunities on a tax effective basis.
FIF Funds provide a range of unique benefits to some investors. Under the FIF tax regime a New Zealand-resident individual can elect different tax treatments for their investments based on factors such as their return.
Note that each investor has a unique and different tax position, and you should seek your own tax advice prior to making any investment decision. Before you invest you should make yourself aware of the investment risks. Full information about the investment funds and application process is available in the relevant Product Disclosure Statement.