We know that understanding how your money is invested is important to you. It's important to us too. That's why we consider environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors when we assess investments across all of our core KiwiSaver and investment funds.
Investing in a better world
Socially responsible investing (SRI) typically restricts investing in companies or industries that could have wider negative effects on the environment or society.
Avoid harmful industries
Socially responsible investing typically restricts investing in companies or industries that could have wider negative effects on the environment or society.
Choosing to invest in a socially responsible investment (SRI) fund means you can invest in companies or industries that better align with your personal values.
How do we assess companies?
We use a combination of company reports, in-depth analysis and environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors to help us assess investment opportunities. Find out more - our approach to responsible investing.
- Climate change
- Resource use
- Products & packaging
- Product impacts
- Employee wellbeing
- Board independence
- Diversity of employees
- Alignment of interest
Our Socially Responsible funds
Socially responsible investment (SRI) funds restricts investing in specific industries - like fossil fuels or nuclear weapons. Our SRI funds have 15 exclusions. We offer different types of investment funds so you can invest in a fund that's right for you.
Our approach to responsible investing
Booster SRI funds have been certified by the RIAA according to the strict operational and disclosure practices required under the Responsible Investment Certification Program. See www.responsiblereturns.com.au for details. The Responsible Investment Certification Program does not constitute financial product advice. Neither the Certification Symbol nor RIAA recommends to any person that any financial product is a suitable investment or that returns are guaranteed. Appropriate professional advice should be sought prior to making an investment decision. RIAA does not hold a Financial Advice Provider licence.