JUNO KIWISAVER SCHEME
JUNO GROWTH FUND
Juno KiwiSaver Scheme
Balanced fund type
Here's what the provider says about this fund:
The Fund invests primarily in international equities with a focus on globally-known brands, along with a cash exposure. Members would choose the Growth Fund if they have a longer-term investment horizon and are comfortable with investing.
The combined fees are how much you would have been charged for the year ended 31 March 2019 on the average KiwiSaver balance.
All the averages you see are for this same type of fund, so you’re comparing apples with apples.
Combined fees include
Membership fees per year
Here you’ll find the total breakdown of the combined fees. These don’t include other fees such as for switching or withdrawing.
+ Total fund fees
Annual management fee
Other fees and costs
Your KiwiSaver money is invested by a professional fund manager, so there are always fees to pay. Fees can have a big impact on your nest egg, especially in the long run, so it pays to keep a close eye on how they add up.
Combined fees example
On a balanced fund of $17,000 the annual fees would be approximately:
From the May 2019 KiwiSaver provider survey
We surveyed KiwiSaver providers on how many different ways they help their members with investment options, communicate with members, and the extra services they offer.
So this rating is more about the quantity than the quality of services.
Help with investment options
Communications to members
Here ‘help’ means things like online forms, tools, calculators and information on how to optimise your KiwiSaver.
More communication is not always better communication, but if the provider gives you options on how you like to be reached, that usually helps.
These extras include a range of additional services that are helpful.
Since July 2014
Warning about returns!
These show how funds have performed in the past, but that’s not a good guide to how they’ll perform in the future. Don’t switch funds based on past returns.
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Last twelve months
The last twelve months refers to July 2018 to June 2019.
In general, it’s good to look at the longest possible time period when weighing returns. After all, with retirement savings, it’s the long game that counts.
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What’s in this fund
At 31 March 2019
This shows the actual mix of investments that this fund held on 31 March 2019. This mix continually changes because of market swings and managers’ rebalancing, so these percentages are a snapshot. But it will give you a good idea of where your money is being invested.
How this fund invests your money
- Number of members
- Total value of fund
- Date fund started
- 01 Aug 2018
More information can be found at:
Top 10 investments
These assets make up 64.01% of this fund.
|Kind of investment||Country||Percentage of the fund||Name|
|Cash and cash equivalents||NZ||18.47||Bnz Call Account - Nzd|
|Cash and cash equivalents||NZ||11.92||Bank Of China Term|
|Cash and cash equivalents||NZ||8.34||Asb|
|Cash and cash equivalents||NZ||5.99||Bank Of China Term|
|Australasian equities||AU||4.52||Eml Payments Ltd|
|International equities||US||3.24||Microsoft Corporation|
|Cash and cash equivalents||AU||3.1||Nab Call Account - Jpy|
|International equities||GR||3.08||Jumbo Sa|
|International equities||JP||2.93||Cybozu Inc|
|International equities||ID||2.42||Prodia Widyahusdada Tbk Pt|
|Name||Current position||Time in role|
|Michael Taylor||Executive Director And Ceo||12 years, 0 months|
|Roy Knill||Independent Non-Executive Director||6 years, 3 months|
|Paul Gregory||Group Head Of Investments||1 years, 7 months|
|Mark Devcich||Chief Investment Officer||7 years, 9 months|