Smartshares is the pioneer of Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) in New Zealand, launching the first ETF (TNZ - the NZSX 10 Fund) in 1996.
Smartshares ETFs are listed on the NZX so you can buy or sell them just like individual shares. Smartshares ETFs are listed funds designed to “track” or benchmark against a sharemarket, commodity or bond index which is regularly rebalanced. Each Smartshares ETF is comprised of the securities of the companies that make up the index it tracks or the predefined group of securities in one sector.
Each Smartshares ETF is designed to provide investors with similar returns to a direct investment in all the securities that make up the ETF. Smartshares is also a provider of a KiwiSaver scheme, smartkiwi, which invests in two of the Smartshares ETFs. For more information and for a copy of the investment statement for the offers visit: www.smartshares.co.nz
Units in the ETFs have been accepted for quotation on the NZX Main Board by the Special Division of the NZ Markets Disciplinary Tribunal that regulates Smartshares and will be quoted upon completion of allotment procedures. The NZX Main Board is a licensed market operated by NZX, a licensed market operator regulated under the Financial Markets Conduct Act 2013. However the Special Division accepts no responsibility for any statement in this advertisement.