We are experts in KiwiSaver and Investments, it’s what we do. We are New Zealand's largest non-bank KiwiSaver provider and we've been a KiwiSaver provider since it started.
We’re here to help guide you on your KiwiSaver adventure. From articles explaining how KiwiSaver works, tips on making KiwiSaver work for you, and easy to use tools and calculators to help you figure out how long your KiwiSaver savings will last in retirement or which fund to be in.
As a member of the AMP KiwiSaver Scheme you pay a monthly member fee of $1.95 as well as management and administration fees, costs and expenses (which vary depending on the fund/s you choose). To see what this means for each fund, read Fees and Other Charges.
• The first question you should ask yourself is: “When am I going to need my money?” For most of us KiwiSaver is a long game. The secret to grow your KiwiSaver balance is to be in the fund or funds with the provider that suits your needs.
• When it comes to choosing the fund or funds with a new KiwiSaver provider, take a look at the features that are offered to you. KiwiSaver members choose which type of fund or funds they put their money into. Some funds are considered higher risk, which generally means higher potential returns over time, but with more ups and downs along the way and a great possibility of a negative return. Others are considered lower risk, which typically deliver more consistent returns yet lower returns. it’s important to be in a fund with a provider that suits your needs. Find out more about Funds.
• It’s more than just about the fees and returns. It’s also worth checking out the online tools, mobile apps, advice and regular communication updates you might get from a different KiwiSaver provider.
• Seeking financial advice is a great way to keep on top of your KiwiSaver savings plan, particularly if you are thinking about changing providers. By getting advice you will find out - how your plan is working (or not) for you, and make some suggested changes, if needed. For any questions or to get advice with your financial planning, call us on 0800 267 5494.
SuperRating's methodology seeks to cover over 350 individual parts of a KiwiSaver Scheme's offering. AMP is rated gold, a good value for money KiwiSaver Scheme. SuperRatings does not issue, sell, guarantee or underwrite this product. Go to www.superratings.com.au for details of its ratings criteria.
Canstar is Australasia's leading financial research and ratings company that has been around for over 25 years. Canstar evaluates products available to consumers from financial institutions like banking, insurance and Kiwisaver. Their expert researchers analyse every product by comparing prices and features to determine what represents outstanding value. Those products that meet their strict criteria are assigned a value-based star rating.
AMP has been rated with the Canstar 2019 Outstanding Value 5-Star Rating - Conservative KiwiSaver.
AMP Wealth Management New Zealand Limited is the issuer and manager of the AMP KiwiSaver Scheme (the 'Scheme'). The Supervisor of the Scheme is The New Zealand Guardian Trust Company Limited.
For more information, download a copy of the AMP KiwiSaver Scheme Product Disclosure Statement and Fund Update Booklet, which have been lodged on the Scheme's offers register entry at companiesoffice.govt.nz/disclose.
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