Asset 2

Investment

We can help you reach your goals and dreams. Whether it’s putting in a place a plan for the next 5 or 10 years or getting yourself on track for retirement.

We will take the time to educate you on the benefits of different types of investments, including KiwiSaver, understand your priorities and where you’re heading, and make sure you are maximising your KiwiSaver.

We work with you so that you understand the risks and benefits of different investments.  Finally, we help you choose investments that suit your stage and life, and your goals.

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FAQs

Here are the answers to some of the more common questions we encounter. If you have your own question, feel free to enter it below or simply get in contact with us, we’d love to help you with your query.

We can’t meet you in business hours – what do we do?

Easy! We will come to you. Part of our commitment to you is that we will meet you at a time convenient to you. If that doesn’t work, we can use technology such as Skype to make sure you get the right advice at the right time.

Our Reputation

Don’t just take our word for it, check out what our valued customers are saying too!

Kieran has helped me through the detail, explaining the process and assisting with how I can invest. He has been invaluable with helping me decide and has been patient while we got to our decision.

LORINDA COX, UNITED KINGDOM

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