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Fund performance and fees

The latest fund and fee information about the OneAnswer Multi-Asset-Class Funds and OneAnswer Single-Asset-Class Funds.

How did the markets perform last quarter?

A brief update on what’s happening in investment markets – and what this means for your investments.

It was a prosperous quarter for investors as market sentiment around the COVID-19 situation improved. We summarise how financial markets performed in the second quarter of 2020.

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How are our funds performing?

Fund performance in detail

Fees

Annual fund charge

We have a simple fee structure. You pay an annual fund charge, which is calculated as a percentage based on the value of your investment. You’ll never pay more than the maximum annual fund charge percentage listed below.

What does the annual fund charge pay for?

This pays for all the work and expenses involved in managing the fund your money is invested in. It also pays for the supervision of our scheme by an independent third party.

How is it calculated and paid?

It’s calculated daily based on the unit price of the fund or funds you’re invested in. We deduct this from the funds, so you won’t see it in your list of transactions within your account statement or in ANZ Internet Banking.

What's next?

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Past performance does not indicate future performance. The actual performance any given investor realises will depend on the above factors and assumptions, is not guaranteed and may be negative as well as positive.

ANZ New Zealand Investments Limited ('ANZ Investments') is the issuer and manager of the OneAnswer Multi-Asset-Class Funds and the OneAnswer Single-Asset-Class Funds (together, the 'schemes'). Important information is available under terms & conditions. Download the guide and product disclosure statement.

On 15 May 2020, the “Balanced Fund” changed its name to the “Balanced Growth Fund”.  This is a name change only. The target investment mix has not changed and it retains the same growth / income split.

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