Fund purpose

This Fund is designed to provide low cost exposure to the NZ sharemarket by passively tracking an index, with exclusions to companies which do not meet sustainability criteria.

Fund benchmark

S&P/NZX 50 Portfolio Index including imputation credits.

Investment approach

This Fund is designed to track the S&P/NZX 50 Portfolio Index, with exclusions to companies including large carbon emitters, gambling, firearms, and companies with human and animal rights violations. There are positive and negative tilts applied to the remaining companies based on Harbour's proprietary Corporate Behaviour Score, which has been a core part of Harbour's equity investment processes for over a decade.

Quick Facts

Type
 
Equity
Pays distributions?
 
 Yes
Investment horizon
 
Long term
Fees
 
0.25% pa*
Risk/return
 
Higher

*See Product Disclosure Statement for more details. 

Responsible investing

We employ a strategy of integration and company engagement/voting, meaning our team researches the companies we invest in and actively checks for any environmental, social or governance (ESG) risks that may apply. It helps our Portfolio Manager develop an understanding of each company, and influences not only whether we invest in companies, but also how much. This fund also includes negative screening to remove companies whose business activities may lead to significant harm. The Fund has exclusions including: large carbon emitters, alcohol, gambling, munitions, adult entertainment, nuclear armaments, firearms, tobacco and recreational cannabis, child labour and companies with human and animal rights violations.

Additional information on screening thresholds and processes are outlined in the exclusions section of our ESG Policy.

 

 Harbour Sustainable NZ Shares Fund

Unit price
Previous month end price
Fund name Date Unit Price NZD
Harbour Sustainable NZ Shares Fund 2024-02-20 0.8586
Harbour Sustainable NZ Shares Fund 2024-01-31 0.8849

These unit prices are after fees before tax.

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Harbour Sustainable NZ Shares Fund

Jan 31, 2024

Gross return inc. imputation credits 0.72% 10.49% 0.24% 0.87% - -
Benchmark return 0.87% 9.81% -0.44% 0.05% - -

Harbour Sustainable NZ Shares Fund

Jan 31, 2024

Return after fees before tax 0.70% 10.43% 0.00% 0.62% - -

Past performance is not indicative of future results. Gross returns means including imputation credits and before all fees, tax & expenses. Inception: 7 April 2021. Benchmark: S&P/NZX 50 Portfolio Index.

Fund name Date Cents per Unit NZD
Harbour Sustainable NZ Shares Fund 2023-09-20 1.36

Investor Documents

Fund Updates contain important information for investors, covering topics such as performance, fees and holdings. They are published quarterly by all licensed fund managers under the Financial Markets Conduct Act 2013 (FMCA), and follow a standardised format. You can also view the Portfolio Holdings for this fund on the Sorted Smart Investor website. 

Fund Fact Sheets are documents we publish monthly. These do not follow a legally prescribed format.

Investment Team for this Fund

Craig Stent is the Portfolio Manager.

Craig Stent, CFA
Executive Director, Head of Equities
Jorge Waayman
Manager, ESG Research
Andrew Bascand
Managing Director, Portfolio Manager

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. For more information see www.responsibleinvestment.org/.

The Harbour Investment Funds Product Disclosure Statement, Statement of Investment Policy and Objectives, Other Material Information and latest collection of quarterly Fund Updates can be found in the footer of this website. These documents have been prepared in accordance with the Financial Markets Conduct Act 2013 (FMC Act). If you aren't sure about anything, we recommend you seek advice from a qualified financial advisor.