Invest in managed funds
A managed fund spreads your money across a hand-picked group of investments. A fund provider picks the investments based on an investment strategy.
Managed funds on Sharesies
Macquarie funds on Sharesies:
Macquarie All Country Global Shares Index Fund
Macquarie Ethical Leaders NZ Shares Fund
To learn more about these funds, check out Macquarie's website.
Pathfinder funds on Sharesies:
Pathfinder Global Property Fund
Pathfinder Global Responsibility Fund
Pathfinder Global Water Fund
To learn more about these funds, check out Pathfinder’s website.
Pie funds available on Sharesies:
Pie Australasian Dividend Growth Fund
Pie Global Growth 2 Fund
To learn more about these funds, check out Pie Funds' website.
Smartshares funds on Sharesies:
Smartshares NZ Core Equity Trust
To learn more about this fund, check out Smartshares' website.
TAHITO funds available on Sharesies:
TAHITO Te Tai o Rehua Fund
To learn more about this fund, check out TAHITO's website.
Why invest in managed funds?
The fund provider scrutinises each investment in the fund to meet an investment strategy.
Potential tax benefits
PIE income tax is based on your prescribed investor rate (PIR) rather than your ordinary income tax rate. This means you might pay less tax compared to other investments.
Eggs in multiple baskets
You might have heard the saying ‘don’t put all your eggs in one basket’. When you invest in a managed fund, you own a piece of a bunch of investments, instead of just one company.
Sit back and put your investing on repeat. Pick an order, the amount you want to regularly invest, and auto-invest will place the orders for you.
Let’s get started
You’ll need to be over 16 years old, an NZ resident, and have an NZ bank account.
- Sign up
Have your NZ ID handy—driver license or passport is best.
- Settle in
Top up your Wallet, exchange your money, and explore the range of investments.
With as little as 1¢, choose from over 8,200 investments across the US, Australia, and NZ.
There’s no subscription fee to use Sharesies. We charge you fees when you buy and sell investments, and when you exchange money.