CINSF Balanced Fund
(Default for new Members, effective 1 January 2022)
To produce rates of return over time that are in excess of inflation by investing more of the assets in growth assets while keeping the probability of a negative return at medium levels.
To provide a Total Fund Return that is higher than that of the median manager amongst Balanced Funds in the Morningstar KiwiSaver Survey, measured over rolling 3-year periods.
To provide a Total Fund Return that exceeds the Benchmark Return by 0.4% p.a. over rolling 3-year periods.
This Fund is expected to provide a Total Fund Return that exceeds the New Zealand CPI by at least 3.5% p.a., measured over rolling 3-year periods.
The Benchmark Return is the return that would have been achieved had the Investment Fund been invested in line with its Strategic Asset Allocation and earned the benchmark index returns of each asset class.
Total Fund Return is the Investment Fund return net of investment manager fees
Benchmark asset allocation and underlying investment funds
|Asset Class||Benchmark %||Rebalancing Range %||Underlying Investment Product|
|Pacific Equities||20||18 – 22||Russell Investments NZ Share Fund|
|Global Equities||40||36 – 44||
Russell Investments Global Opportunities Fund – Class A
Russell Investments Hedged Global Shares Fund
|Total Growth Assets||60||55 – 65|
|Cash||0||0 – 5||
The maximum duration is 180 days.
|Pacific Fixed Interest||8||6 – 10||Russell Investments NZ Fixed Interest Fund|
|Global Fixed Interest||32||28 – 36||Russell Global Bond Fund Class B|
|Total Income Assets||40||35 – 45|
|*Domestic Growth & Income Assets||0||0 – 20||Investment in a Cook Islands domiciled entity|
|Total Domestic Assets||0 – 20||0 – 20|
*Domestic Growth & Income Assets are reflective of the CINS Act 2000 that imposes a limit of 20% of the total Portfolio being invested in the Cook Islands. That investment may take the form of Growth and/or Income Assets, but not exceed a combined total of 20% of the total Portfolio. Whilst there is currently no exposure to the domestic market, if a domestic investment is made, a reduction will be made to the corresponding Asset Classes in the Growth or Income Assets to retain the 40%/60% Income/Growth split.