Summer Conservative Selection fund performance summary as at 30 June 2021.
Unit price (as at 30 June 2021): $1.1229
Date the fund started: 8 April 2019
For information on fees, see our Fees page.
See the Summer Conservative Selection page for the Summary of investment objective and strategy.
|PIR||Total since inception (annualised)||1 Month||3 Month||1 Year||3 Years^|
Fund returns are calculated net of fund charges, trading expenses and accrued tax for a New Zealand resident individual paying tax at the Prescribed Investor Rate identified above.
|Summer Conservative Selection||Allocated %|
|New Zealand cash||9.50%|
|New Zealand fixed interest||47.00%|
|International fixed interest||10.50%|
|Total income assets||67.00%|
|New Zealand equities||6.50%|
|Total growth assets||33.00%|
We have chosen the above tactical asset allocation for Summer Conservative Selection as at 25 June 2021. This can move in line with market movements and we review the portfolio and adjust asset allocation accordingly. For the current tactical asset allocation and date of most recent review, please go to the Summer Conservative Selection page.
|Asset name||% of fund net assets|
|1||ANZ transactional bank account||11.74%|
|2||Housing New Zealand 3.36% 12/06/2025||2.83%|
|3||New Zealand Local Government Funding Agency Ltd 14/04/2033 3.50%||2.75%|
|4||New Zealand Local Government Funding Agency Ltd 15/04/2027 4.50%||1.95%|
|5||Westpac New Zealand 1.439% 24/02/2026||1.80%|
|6||Housing New Zealand 2.97% 12/06/2023||1.77%|
|7||New Zealand Local Government Funding Agency Ltd 15/04/2025 2.75%||1.45%|
|8||New Zealand Local Government Funding Agency Ltd 15/04/2024 2.25%||1.43%|
|9||New Zealand Local Government Funding Agency Ltd 14/04/2022 2.75%||1.21%|
|10||Housing New Zealand 3.42% 18/10/2028||1.12%|
The top 10 investments make up 28.05% of the fund.
Broadly speaking, equity markets delivered a positive performance over the quarter, with generally better returns received by those holding offshore securities when compared to domestic shares.
Fixed interest returns were mixed, with local bonds delivering a small positive return (based on the market index we follow) while international fixed interest securities continued to perform well. Our preferred fixed interest market index returned around 1% for the quarter.
Unsurprisingly, with short term interest rates so low, cash continued to be a drag on portfolio performance.
The New Zealand dollar, relevant for our portfolios with unhedged foreign currency exposures, dramatically reversed its appreciation seen earlier in the year, by falling in value by close to 4% over the month of June to be largely unchanged over the June quarter.
For further commentary on each of the asset classes within the Summer Conservative Selection Fund refer to the commentaries for each of the relevant Summer Kiwisacver Scheme single-asset class funds.
The Summer Conservative Selection delivered a return of 1.45% for the June quarter.
We will continue to hold an overexposure to growth assets but acknowledge that building inflationary pressures are likely to be more persistent and sustained than currently expected by the market.
Having said that, we remain comfortable with our current tactical asset allocation mix which we will review again towards the end of the July.
We are likely to increase the level of foreign currency hedging over July by reducing the foreign currency exposures associated with offshore equity and listed property foreign investments.
Foreign currency exposures associated with international fixed interest are hedged to the New Zealand dollar. We actively manage the fund’s currency exposures associated with international and Australian equities, and listed property. As at 30 June 2021, these exposures represented 21.76% of the value of the fund. After allowing for foreign currency hedges in place, approximately 15.35% of the value of the fund was unhedged and exposed to foreign currency risk.
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